CIA AGENTS RECEIVE DEATH SENTENCE

Created: 8/17/1963

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(Tc::t) Three spies In the service of. Central Intelligencewere tried end sentenced to destbevolutionary court. The C'dttnotSj handed down by ths Revolutionary ZraoOBflJ of tbe Province of

Lu Villas, was carried out yesterday.

The spies, named Rolando, Manuel Karroro Castillo, ond Francisco Marroro Castillo, belongsd to an infiltration group organized by tho CIA. Onuly they were captured by the Revolutionary Armed Forces as they were attempting to infiltrate into Cuba. Ants, iLaterisl for secret writing, coney, and other objects, including instructions from CIA for the organization of aUlitary* espionage rings ond sabotage against the economy of tba nation, were taken from them when they wereist they brought with them of persona with whom they should get in touch in order to organize subversive activities included formerend former military ten of the Batista dictatorship.

One of the spies, Motheu Paz, was recruited by aZCIA official through economic pressure and blackmail. Hu was repeatedly cismissea rrcm work, and, taking advantage of the occasions on which he was unemployed, various agents visited him proposing teat in order to solve his economic problems he make up hla mind to enroll for espionage missions.

The three executed men were trainedorth Americanpecial center for sabotage tactice. Or.uly, they were token onIA shiplace close to the northern coast of tne province of Las Villas, where tbey transferredcalier vessel. On this second vessel they reached Cayo Verde, where they were captured by the Revolutionary Arced Forces of Cuba.

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