Covert Action Magazine: New Evidence Implicates CIA in 1971 Attack on Cuba with African Swine Fever Virus

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New Evidence Implicates CIA in 1971 Attack on Cuba with African Swine Fever Virus

Cuban Outbreak of Swine Fever Linked to CIA” headlined a January 9, 1977, article by Drew Featherston and John Cummings in Newsday, a Long Island, New York, daily paper. It began,

With at least the tacit backing of U.S. Central Intelligence Agency officials, operatives linked to anti-Castro terrorists introduced African swine fever virus into Cuba in 1971. Six weeks later an outbreak of the disease forced the slaughter of 500,000 pigs to prevent a nationwide animal epidemic.

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