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"The six activists, of the Codepink anti-war group, had planned to speak to reporters outside the landmark Versailles restaurant to publicize their campaign against Carriles-- a former CIA operative wanted in Venezuela in connection with the 1976 bombing of a Cuban airliner.
However they were met by some 200 irate Cuban-Americans who consider Carriles a champion of freedom. Some ran at the activists' truck as they arrived, tearing off its pink fringe,....
"We're not in Cuba. We're supposed to have free speech," said Medea Benjamin, one of the group's founders. "This is indicative of how a small group of Cuban-Americans are holding the rest of the community hostage."
At Versailles, a crowd of mostly older men waved Cuban flags. One poster read: "Pink is close to red." Nearby, a man wore a t-shirt depicting revolutionary icon Ernest "Che" Guevara with the word "murderer" printed across the top."
Well sheeeeeeeeeeee-it Medea.....don't that suck bollocks. Karma is a bitch. Someone call the waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaambulance.