JW Files Ethics Complaint Against Maxine Waters for Inciting Violence

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  1. Además, sobre Maxine Waters:

    «Waters has visited Cuba a number of times, praised Fidel Castro’s moves towards democracy and criticized U.S. efforts to overthrow him, and demanded an end to the U.S. trade embargo.

    In 1998 Waters wrote a letter to Castro citing the 1960s and 1970s as «a sad and shameful chapter of our (U.S.) history», and thanked Castro for providing help to those who needed to «flee political persecution».

    In 1998, she supported a Republican bill to extradite convicted murderer Assata Shakur from Cuba.

    When she discovered that Shakur was listed by her former name, Joanne Chesimard, Waters wrote an open letter to Fidel Castro asking him not to extradite Shakur because much of the Black community regarded her conviction as false.

    After a woman drowned during an attempted escape from Cuba to the U.S. in 1999, leaving a six-year-old son, Elian Gonzales, who survived and requested asylum in the U.S., Waters called on President Bill Clinton to return him at once to Cuba.

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