Thursday, June 23, 2011

The Evening Independent, June 27, 1964, "Anti-Castro Group Watched?" by The Associated Press.

MIAMI - A 60-car U.S. government surveillance detail has been placed on leaders of an anti-Castro group whose plane was shot down in a raid over Cuba last week, the head of the organization said today.

"Eight of the cars have been assigned to watch me personally," said Dr. Orlando Bosch, of Revolutionary Recovery Insurrectional movement.

"They are custom men. I talked to one of them and he said he had orders to follow me." Supervising customs agent Fred Patton said, "I can say nothing about this."

Bosch also reported that the windshield of a car owned by Luis Diaz, pilot killed in the raid, was splattered with eggs. "Undoubtedly Communists did it," Bosch said.

Copyright (c) 1964 The Associated Press

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