Biden Releases Top Cuban Spy Caught Red-Handed, Havana Cheers

Ana Belén Montes

At a glance

  • The Federation of Cuban Women, a communist organization established in 1960 by Fidel Castro’s new revolutionary government is rallying support and celebration for the release of convicted Cuban spy Ana Belén Montes, who was conditionally freed from U.S. custody on Sunday after a 20-year prison sentence that transitioned to a five-year probationary period.
  • The 65-year-old Cuban native was caught red handed for spying for the Cuban military dictatorship while she was working as an analyst at the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency.

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