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. OSCAR PINO, HEAD OF THE HAITIAN EXILE ENCAMPMENT IN PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, WAS EXPECTED TO DEPART FROM KENNEDY AIRPORT IN NEW YORK CITY FOR MIAMI AND WOULD BE CARRYING CERTAIN DOCUMENTS CONCERNING THE PURCHASEESSEL IN MIAMI, WHICH
IS TO BE USED IN AN ATTACK AGAINST
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during an informal meeting in an airport coffee shop, they talked about the invasion of haiti and explained that the plan would be to seize power by using the men already infiltrated by rolando masferrer rojas. during the fighting, two or three air raids would take place with the planes which were already in the united states.
four aircraft were in
which were available for use in the haitian
he men said that such air raids "already haveahmimfyn
he cubans, together with the haitian exiles, were to take charge of the situation. later they would attack cuba and then the united states would be forced to intervene in the case.
1|. onctober 3ARRERAS was scheduled toecture to the north american newspapermen in new yorkDew york city. title of the lecture will be "from new york to miami to cuba;*1
newspaper "tiempo"pecial or extraordinary issue,octoberto be put on the market onctober
the paper announces the invasion of haitiroup ofarticle is signed by modestoousin of rolando staff of "tiempo" has photographs
the invasion which will appear in the next issueo
6. field dissem; cinclant, cincso, comkwestfcr miami reps of
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STATE, FBI, CUSTOMS, BORDER PATROL,S, AND USCG.
APPROVED FORMliASl DATE;0Original document.