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But it wasn't clear how lawyers were going to obtain that money until the Clinton administration agreed to a law that allowed them to use frozen bank accounts to pay victims of the Brothers to the Rescue shootdown.
Asthree rescue planes approached Cuba, the lead plane, piloted by the Brothers to the Rescue founder Jose Basulto, briefly breached Cuban air space.
And they suggest that efforts by Bush in recent months to improve that record--indicting the Cuban air force pilots who shot down Brothers to the Rescue planes, limiting travel, and establishing a special commission to pave the way toward democracy in Cuba--might not have been enough to soothe the hard feelings;
However, Clinton ought to continue the process of normalization with Cuba, even in the face of hostile acts such as the downing of the Brothers to the Rescue planes.
policy toward Havana since the revolution, the very rightwing Cuban Americans who were behind the group called Brothers to the Rescue, which made the Cessna flights.
Two planes from the Florida-based group Brothers to the Rescue were shot down by missiles fired from a MiG-29 fighter jet on the afternoon of Feb.
Martinez is a former United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida known for his work as a former federal prosecutor and as counsel for plaintiffs in major commercial and tort litigation, including the Brothers to the Rescue anti-terrorism litigation, the Eller Media bus shelter electrocution case, and the Rafael Sanchez lawsuit against the Government of Aruba.
Hernandez has admitted that the 1996 shootdown of two Brothers to the Rescue planes happened over international waters.