Cuba says it foiled terror plot, claims exiles planned ‘violent actions’
Havana, Cuba (CNN) — Cuba says it foiled a terrorist plot by Cuban exiles to attack military facilities on the island and has arrested four U.S. residents, Cuban officials said Wednesday.
According to an Interior Ministry statement, the men — identified as Jose Ortega Amador, Obdulio Rodriguez Gonzalez, Raibel Pacheco Santos and Feliz Monzon Alvarez — were arrested last month after traveling to Cuba to “promote violent actions.”
It was not clear if the men had been officially charged or if they were appointed attorneys.
The statement said Cuban officials would ask the U.S. government to investigate the activities of the men, who the statement said were all U.S. residents.