US fugitives say Cuba reassures them they are safe from extradition

Two American fugitives who fled to Cuba after they were accused of killing police officers have said Cuban officials have assured them that detente with the United States will not lead to their extradition.

The US and Cuba held a second round of law enforcement talks last month dedicated partly to resolving the fate of scores of fugitives after more than a half-century with almost no cooperation. The talks are part of a series of US-Cuba negotiations aimed at normalizing relations after the two countries declared an official end to cold war hostilities on 17 December 2014.

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  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    So, Obumboy’s Cuban diplomacy has been as much of a bust as the rest of his foreign policy. I don’t understand this, I mean, he’s just so incredibly smart and yet he seems to keep screwing up. Its positively Turdeauesque.

  • Spatchcocked

    Another diplomatic coup by that worthless schmuck in the White House.

    Baroque Chamberlain….he of the 57 states…

  • Ed

    Looks like obama, after hillary loses…

  • Hard Little Machine

    We have to wait until they are all given ‘teaching’ jobs at Harvard before they can return to accolades and parades in the US.