Juanita Castro Ruz?

Who would of thought it?
Juanita Castro Ruz was a CIA spy. The sister of Fidel Castro revealed for the first time how she spied for three years for the CIA against her brotherís regime.
Fidel Castro, her brother, must be really mad at her.
Why did she reveal this now?

asked by Mendez in History | 3733 views | 10-26-2009 at 04:43 PM

Juanita Castro Ruz initially supported her brother's 1959 overthrow of the Batista dictatorship but quickly grew disillusioned. In a Spanish-language memoir published by Santillana USA and co-written by journalist Maria Antonieta Collins, she says the wife of the Brazilian Ambassador to Cuba persuaded her to meet a CIA officer during a trip to Mexico in 1961.

By then, her house had already become a sanctuary for anti-communists, and Fidel Castro had warned her about getting involved with the "gusanos," or worms, as those who opposed the revolution were called.

Castro says in the book, "My Brothers Fidel and Raul. The Secret Story," that she traveled to Mexico City under the pretense of visiting her younger sister Enma. There she also secretly met a CIA officer who identified himself as "Enrique" at the elegant Camino Real hotel.

During the meeting, she expressed her concerns that those who supported Batista's overthrow but were not communists were being pushed out of the new government. Castro writes she agreed to help the CIA gather information but refused to accept money for her efforts and said she wanted no part in any violence.

answered by Delia | 10-26-2009 at 04:45 PM

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