Why did Castro purposely send prisoners to the US with the refugees?
When the U.S. implemented the economic embargo, it angered Castro. He sent thousands of Cuban prisoners to the U.S. The U.S. implemented the wet foot, dry foot policy eventually. Castro did this in the 80s and the 90s.
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Prisoners in California facilities . \nGoTO: http://www.walkenhorst.com follow instructions.\nIf you know the inmates prison number and prison he/she is located at, and hi…s/her status, such as general population or in isolation. It asks all these things, then after you click on the prison they are housed in a 'quick list' will pop up and you write in the codes of articles they want. It would be better if the inmate sent you a list of codes and his/her information. It will also tell you how many ounces they can receive.
To kill a lot of people in the name of socialism
Batista gave him Amnesty. Even though he was resonsible for killing military personnel at a Military hospital. He killed wounded soldiers of Batista's army. A shame he never g…ave anyone amnesty even peaceful dissidents who didn't have blood on their hands like he does.
In trial, he was sentenced to 15 years in prison. He only served 2 years and escaped to Mexico in 1955. The reason for that was because Fulgencio Bastista had plans to have Ca…stro killed after his release. Obviously Batista didn't kill Fidel because he is still alie to this day.
You must contact the institution to determine if it is even allowable to do so. Many (most?) penal institutions will not allow inmates to have access to hard cash.
there are a few reasons for prisons. one reason is to make them realise that what they had done was wrong, to keep them away from other people and where they do the least harm… (they might even be in a cell with someone who did the same sort of crime and they can talk to each other about it).
Yes, In 1980 he opened the gates in cuba so that 125 thousand Cubans who wanted to leave could do so. But he also brought along prisoners from his jails which was about 25 tho…usand of them.
I remember this: It was in May of 1980. Called the Murielle boat people.
It is getting harder and harder to send a package to a prisoner. You will need to check with the prison. Many have their rules on line. A number will let you send money to the… prisoner's account. He then can spend the money at the prison canteen. Frequently people try to smuggle in drugs, handcuff keys, guns, knives, files, civilian clothes, or the like. When that happens, the prison prohibits one more item. Other prisons have places where you can purchase approved mail order items and send them to the prisoner from that store. Such things include tennis shoes with soles soft enough so they can't kill each other in case of a riot. Paper back books so the hard backs wont be weaponized. (Most of the guards do not care if the prisoners kill each other. They just don't want it to happen on their watch.) So, check with the institution. They have someone on duty weekdays during business hours. They have a phone. Someone will answer it.
If you are generous enough. It will be nice and it will take their mind of violence, killing, robbing and more... But make sure they dont like them too much or else they mig…ht rob a silly band store! In other words: Yes
It may depend entirely on the type of prison, or the prison administration rules as to whether this activity is allowed or not. Offhand, I would say that it is more likely dis…-allowed than allowed.
In Adolf Hitler
Yes, and he sent millions to concentration camps and termination camps which were worse than prisons.
In Parole and Conditional Release
Probation officers can send you to prison, but they have to have a reason and get it approved.
In Fidel Castro
He killed them in the paradon with a shooting squad. It was a public event.
Ask the prisoner. He'll probably have a better idea of what the restrictions are than we do.