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  • 05 / 21 / 2010

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"The Day Diplomacy Died" new documentary by Bernie Dwyer opens in Dublin and Sofia

'The Day Diplomacy Died' sets the record straight on 'FIDEL CASTRO'S CRACKDOWN'in 2003 when 75 Cubans were arrested and jailed.

Four Cuban State agents speak out for the first time on film why the Cuban government locked up these 75 "independent" journalists, trade unionists and librarians. They tell of the inner workings of the dissident groups they infiltrated and of the various, and often frightening, plans hatched to destabilize their country.

The Day Diplomacy Died also features two former Heads of the US Diplomatic Staff in Havana, Ricardo Alarcon, President of the Cuban Parliament and human rights lawyer, Jose Pertierra, who explains how Cuba, under international and Cuban law, has the right to protect its country's sovereignty from interference by its biggest and most powerful enemy.

'The Day Diplomacy Died' (33 mins) is written and directed by Bernie Dwyer and Roberto Ruiz Rebo and produced by `Two Islands Productions' (Ireland)

Source: Yahoo

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