Wednesday, August 2, 2006

CIA Might Have Poisoned Fidel Castro In Argentina

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Fidel Castro’s fading health might not just be from old age – he could have been poisoned by CIA operatives who were in Argentina during the dictator’s recent visit.

That’s one theory from conspiracy researcher Robert Sterling, who says it’s possible that Castro’s current intestinal bleeding problems started when he ate a poison used by the CIA that induces cancer.

He also thinks that there could be a direct tie-in between the Cuban leader’s deteriorating state and President George W. Bush’s recently released report called “Post- Castro Cuba.”

Although Sterling doesn’t have proof the CIA poisoned Castro, he says there’s no chance they sabotaged his famous cigars because, as Sterling puts it, “Castro is always so well-surrounded.”

In fact, Castro is so well-guarded that Sterling suspects he might already be dead, but Cuban officials are keeping it “hush-hush,” because if word leaks out, then the “entire Cuban authoritative regime collapses.”

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