The 20 largest U.S. property claims i...

The 20 largest U.S. property claims in Cuba

There are 2 comments on the The Washington Post story from Dec 8, 2015, titled The 20 largest U.S. property claims in Cuba. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

U.S. and Cuban officials have begun discussing nearly 6,000 American claims for seized properties that were valued by the Justice Department at $1.9 billion in 1972.

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Cody

London, UK

#1 Jan 8, 2016
I'd love to visit Cuba
Brushey Bill

Whitesburg, KY

#2 Jan 22, 2016
Cody wrote:
I'd love to visit Cuba
My friends sail down there every winter and fewer of them return. They say it is nothing like we've been told. It's a wildlife paradise, with clean air and water, beautiful unspoiled beaches all organic food, nearly no crime or drugs, and a people with culture second to none. It's just that the US has brutalized that country for not bowing down to them.
If we get another Bush, Clinton, or Obama clone I'll sail down next winter with them and never return.

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