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 Bay of Pigs: 40 Years AfterBAY OF PIGS CONFERENCE POINTS TO MISSED
OPPORTUNITIES FOR DIALOGUE AFTER INVASION FAILED

SECRET RAPPROACHMENT EFFORTS BEGAN IN
NEGOTIATIONS FOR PRISONER RELEASE;
ENDED WITH JFK'S ASSASSINATIONFor full coverage of the 2001 Conference go here:http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/bayofpigs/


Cuba Releases Bay of Pigs DocumentsAlso studied was the first known CIA (news - web sites) document calling for
Castro's assassination. The Dec. 11, 1959, memorandum by J.C. King, then Chief of the CIA's Western Hemisphere Division, suggested that ``thorough consideration be given to the elimination of Fidel Castro.'' Blacked out on the memorandum were the names of two recipients - including that of conference participant Robert Reynolds, former CIA station chief in Miami.


Bay of Pigs Foes Walk Battlefield Beaches Together``It was very sad because lives were lost, but I think we can lay it to rest now and build on new friendships in the interest of peace and reconciliation,'' Jean Kennedy Smith, the younger sister of former U.S. President John F. Kennedy, said as she walked along Playa Larga, the beach where most of the fighting took place.


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Cuba Will Declassify Bay of Pigs PapersVia NY Transfer News * All the News That Doesn't FitThursday January 25 9:07 PM ET (via yahoo)Cuba To Declassify Secret PapersHAVANA (AP) - Cuba will declassify a series of secret documents about the Bay of Pigs invasion this year for the 40th anniversary of the disastrous invasion attempt by a group of CIA-trained exiles, a senior Cuban official said.`This will be the first time that an important group of documents related to the Bay of Pigs is declassified in Cuba,'' said Jose Ramon Fernandez, who headed the Cuban troops who battled more than 1,000 invaders for two days beginning on April 17, 1961.Fernandez, now a vice president in Cuba's governing Council of State, said the documents would cover events leading up to the invasion, as well as its consequences. He gave no further details.Most invaders were taken prisoner and condemned to 30 years in prison. They were later released in exchange for food from the United States.Fernandez is organizing an academic conference about the invasion to be held here March 22-24. Among those invited are Cuban and U.S. citizens,
including members of 2506 Brigade - the exile group that launched the
invasion, Fernandez said.

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