FBI SUPRESSES PUERTO RICAN NATIONALIST PARTY LEADER FROM ATTENDING DECOLONIZATION SUMMIT AT U.N. http://www.albatv.org/Estados-Unidos-confina-a-dirigente.html
The President of the nationalist party of Puerto Rico (PNPR), Francisco Torres López, could not appear today to the United Nations in New York, because of an apparent prohibition of United States authorities. The nationalist said that, after constant harassment in recent years by immigration in Puerto Rico and in countries like Mexico and Panama, lately federal authorities do not allow you deal with aircraft or even to the United States."Three times I have tried to travel to the United States in recent months, most recently this past Saturday to New York to appear today at the session of the United Nations Decolonization Committee and has prevented me Board the plane", explained to Prensa Latina.On all occasions Torres López has been able to buy the ticket on different airlines, but in Isla Verde international airport does not let you tackle, by agents of the Department of security United States internal instructions.The injured person understands that the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) is behind the scheme of persecution, which has moved to other countries.It was narrated that in 2009 it was in Mexico in an international political meeting and as he was leaving the country did a check in their hands in order to see if it had handled explosives.On another occasion, he said, in transit through Panama from Venezuela, an apparent immigration officer subjected him to an interrogation and when he questioned that his accent was not Panamanian, that is identify whether it was the FBI, refused to do so.According to Torres López, otherwise have as a witness (to the independence leader) Julio Muriente, "the passport was returned to me and let me go no more," said.While on any of the occasions the leader of the PNPR joined Panamanian territory, but it was traffic bound for Puerto Rico on one occasion threatened to deport him to Mexico.Torres López, who was 25 years in the city of New York, explained that on many occasions he has been persecuted by the Feds, but that for some time he had problems even in Spain, always trying to intimidate him by his political activism.He complained of the actions of Washington to violate its own Constitution and the Universal Declaration of human rights, apart from the fact that how Puerto Rico is forced to use US passport, since in 1917 United States imposed its citizenship to those born on the island of the Caribbean, which invaded 115 years ago.He said that yesterday your car was recorded by FBI agents against his residence, which was proven when it intended to use it, as his belongings were above the front seat passenger and not in the glove box, where he had left them.
He recalled that a similar situation experienced in 1989 in New York, when I was actively involved in the campaign for the release of Filiberto Ojeda Ríos, responsible of the army Popular Boricua (EPB-Macheteros), killed by the FBI in Puerto Rico on September 23, 2005.
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