[ISN] Miami Attorney Files Lawsuits Against Castro

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August 30, 2004

MIAMI -- A Miami attorney is filing two lawsuits against Cuban 
President Fidel Castro, accusing him of crimes against humanity and 
cyber terrorism.

Larry Klayman is filing the first lawsuit with the Organization of 
American States and the second in U.S. District Court in Miami.

Klayman, who is running for the U.S. Senate in Florida, brought a 
number of cases against Castro and Cuba while he was chairman and 
general counsel of Judicial Watch. 

Last summer, he spearheaded a private diplomatic mission to six 
European countries and the Vatican, where he successfully lobbied for 
increased sanctions against Castro.

Klayman claims Castro is an avowed terrorist, has assisted Middle 
Eastern terrorist regimes and encouraged a return to Communism in 
Latin American, Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina and Bolivia.

Klayman also accused Castro of hacking his Web site, causing 
significant damage.

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