San Salvador, Jan 21. -The documentary "Terrorism made in USA," which tackles criminal activities organized by the United States on Cuba, was screened in this capital.
The film was shown Thursday night at the "Nuestra America" Cultural Center, during an act attended by Venezuelan ambassador Nora Uribe, and diplomats from Nicaragua and Cuba, among other figures.
The work was co-produced by the Cuban Television and multi-state Telesur channel, stated Armando Brinis, second chief of the island's mission in this country.
Brinis said the film gives a detailed account of the criminal activities of two of the worst terrorists of the continent: Luis Posada Carriles and Orlando Bosch, protected by the US governments.
Both criminals planned the mid-flight explosion of a Cuban airliner off the coasts of Barbados in 1976 that killed all 73 people on board, he noted.
Despite this and other crimes, Posada Carriles is currently tried in the United States, for only lying immigration authorities, while Bosch freely walks the streets of Miami, Brinis said.
The diplomat stated that while this happens, five Cuban antiterrorist fighters were unjustly condemned to harsh sentences, without evidences and in one of the most biased trials in the history of that northern nation. (Prensa Latina)