August 10, 1992 |
Philip Agee, a renegade CIA officer who has conducted a long-running public crusade against the agency, has taken money repeatedly from the Cuban intelligence service, according to a high-ranking Cuban defector, an ex-CIA chief and a top CIA official.
February 19, 2000 |
A U.S. immigration official charged with spying for Cuba was arrested after falling into a trap set by the FBI, investigators said Friday. The FBI said it fed Mariano Faget, 54, phony information about a pending defection and then caught him passing it on 12 minutes later to a contact with ties to the Cuban government.
February 27, 2000 |
Capping a day of high diplomatic drama, federal agents Saturday night detained a Cuban diplomat accused of spying and forcibly expelled him from the country after he refused to leave voluntarily. U.S. officials said Jose Imperatori, vice consul at the Cuban Interests Section in Washington, was put on a government airplane at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in suburban Virginia and was flown to Montreal. From there, he will be returned to Cuba today, officials said.
February 29, 2000 |
A Cuban diplomat who was expelled from the United States on allegations of spying and deported to Canada stayed inside the Cuban Embassy in Ottawa on Monday as the time limit on his transit visa ran out. Foreign Affairs Minister Lloyd Axworthy said Jose Imperatori would become an illegal alien if he remained in Canada beyond the two-day limit allowed by the visa granted him on Saturday.
October 20, 1998 |
Fidel Castro admits that spies were sent to America because the United States "tolerates those who organize sabotage." But in an interview to be shown tonight on CNN, the Cuban leader denied that there was an attempt to gather military secrets. "Yes, we have sometimes dispatched Cuban citizens to the United States to infiltrate counterrevolutionary organizations, to inform us about activities that are of great interest to us," Castro said.
November 11, 1992 |
The U.S. government has expelled the third secretary of Cuba's mission to the United Nations on charges of spying, the State Department announced Tuesday. Department spokesman Richard Boucher said the diplomat, Carlos Manuel Collazo Usullan, must leave the country within 48 hours. He declined to reveal any details of Collazo's activities. According to a statement, the Administration ordered Collazo's expulsion Monday.