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A historically important revelation about I.C.A. founder Abel’s involvement in the many assassination attempts on Cuban leader, Fidel Castro, in the 1960′s.
From Abel’s Journal, Sept. 23, 1968
“Plastics and gyros, atom splitters and super-computers. It’s almost too much for a man to handle. Give me a plunger of wood and rubber; I’ll clean anything faster with a broom and the sweat beading on my brow than any invented mechanism.”
This excerpt was previously featured in Ben Kurns Documentary about the I.C.A.
Why is Abel wearing a dress? He feels he’s run out of options.
For that matter, why is he in Cuba? He’s been drafted by the CIA to assassinate Fidel Castro.
Uh, a room filled with a group of family photo-ready figures with old fashioned radios for heads, a group who seemst to have not only anticipated Abel’s appearance but also apparently know about him? What gives? You’ll have to wait until next week.