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POLITICO: Did the Miami Marlins Cave to Political Pressure?

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Wednesday, 11 April 2012 11:43

PT Law's Jason Poblete responded yesterday to a question from POLITICO - a DC news organization - on recent comments by Miami Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen to Time magazine that "I love Fidel Castro":

South Florida is home to the largest Cuban-American community in the United States; many victims of Cuba's torture chambers and political prisons live there. The Cuban regime is made up of some very bad people who have done some very atrocious things and continue to do so. It was a reckless thing to say anywhere, but in Miami especially and his suspension is a lenient response. It should have been a lot more. His apology is not genuine, cannot be after the affirmative and clear statement that he made.

To read other comments on this issue, visit POLITICO's website.

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