Cuba spurned FBI bid to swap Assata Shakur for Cuban Five

Former FBI Director Louis Freeh recently revealed that the agency tried unsuccessfully in 1998 to swap some or all of the Cuban Five for Assata Shakur, a former Black Panther who was granted political asylum in Cuba in 1984.

In two interviews with the North Bergen, New Jersey, Record, Freeh demanded Cuba extradite Shakur now.

Shortly before the attempted swap, the U.S. government…

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What I’m saying here is that I think the Freeh investigators or prosecution showed the NCAA officials information from 2001- (falsified it) and told them that it was evidence against Gerald Sandusky. That is besides the information that was in the Freeh report.

It is known that information from the Freeh report was shared through email with the NCAA. But did the NCAA act on the Freeh report alone in deciding to fine the school?