"Assata Malik's" (Assata Shakur's) Political Asylum in Cuba

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    Anyone who doesn't know who Assata Shakur is, she is a woman who was convicted of murdering an American law enforcement officer. She is a wanted American TERRORIST, and yes if the reader does not know, her name, "Shakur" is an Islamic name.

    She has political asylum in Cuba, but with new relations between the countries, what will happen concerning Mrs. Shakur?...discuss lol.











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    Where some see "terrorist", others see "revolutionary"

     
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    Unlikely there will be any extradition from Cuba. Just another country on the list
     
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    Resurrecting this thread for intelligence (knowledge, education, etc.) type reasons and not resurrecting it to stir up negativity. Please everyone just do thinking and reasoning with intelligence here on this thread; I would reword the title if I could but I am not able to do that.

    But if Miss/Ms./Mrs. Assata Shakur, or whatever her true name is, has been named a terrorist by our federal government, and she has been convicted of murdering an American government law enforcement officer, why would we be OK with her having "asylum" in the nation of Cuba, which she currently has?









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    Hey Goddess :) ...hope your day is going well.

    Would you care to weigh in on the question asked in post #5...?

    Peace & brotherly love,
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    I'm lost here ma'am...a convicted murderer of an American law enforcement officer...she was named as a terrorist and proclaimed by our government to be a "WANTED terrorist"...how could we be OK with Cuba or do business with Cuba if Cuba is giving asylum to a convicted government officer murderer, terrorist???...




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    didn't say it was OK, but Cuba is far from the only country without extradition of US criminals.
    US can have relations with a country and not have criminals returned by those countries. Just because we have opened relations with Cuba does not mean we can ask or demand return of those seeking protection from the US courts or jails.

    This is how the system works. Liking or not liking is immaterial.
     
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    Harboring a terrorist...and we are "warming" our relations with them :lol: ...what is the world coming to???




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