Dropping a big one

Robinson, L.
December 1991
U.S. News & World Report;12/2/91, Vol. 111 Issue 23, p9
Discusses how the declaration from Reagan administration officials, including Oliver North, that Cuba was helping to run drugs to the US rings true after the trial of former Panamanian leader Manuel Antonio Noriega. The testimony came from CarlosLehder, former transportation chief of Colombia's Medellin drug cartel. Lehder's accusations against Fidel Castro in 1984; How Noriega's defense team hopes to use Lehder's testimony for its own purposes.


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