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Cuban-born spy credited with exposing Fidel Castro's U.S. operatives
Cuban-born spy credited with exposing Fidel Castro's U.S. operatives

The Cuban spy released to the United States as part of a campaign to improve relations between Washington and Havana was instrumental in breaking some of the Castro regime's most notorious espionage missions, officials said Thursday. Although neither President Obama nor U.S. intelligence agency spokesmen identified the freed operative, Latin American media said he was Rolando Sarraff Trujillo, a former Cuban Interior Ministry cryptographer. Little is known in the United States about Sarraff Trujillo, who was arrested Nov. 2, 1995, and accused of gathering intelligence for a foreign country, Argentina's Infobae news site reported. Sarraff Trujillo was convicted and sentenced...

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