In the summer of 1989 the Justice Department moved to deport Orlando Bosch from the country, labeling him "an unrepentant terrorist" and "a danger to the community."
Much of the incriminating evidence against Bosch had been spelled out in an 18-page memo prepared by Joe Whitley, then acting associate attorney general.
In this Yahoo! In-Depth article, Mr. Whitley comments on the case, noting that he had "absolute confidence" in the strength of the intelligence linking Bosch to terrorism. "I'm not unsympathetic to people who want freedom [in countries like Cuba]. But not when innocent people are harmed," said Mr. Whitley.
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