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Cuban Exile Events
[MIAMI-DADE POLICE DEPARTMENT]
CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE BUREAU
DETECTIVE: J. Brito
The Criminal Intelligence Bureau has received information on the following events being organized by different Cuban-American exile groups:
On Sunday, November 20, 1994, a group calling itself "The Cuban Reconstruction Support Group" led by Eloy Gutierrez-Menoyo (Cambio Cubano), will be holding a conference at the James L. Knight Convention Center, in Downtown Miami. Approximately 5,000 participants are expected, among them United States Senators and Foreign Ambassadors.
On Wednesday, December 7, 1994 the group "Union of Cuban University Students (Union de Estudiantes Cubanos), is organizing a general strike or "work Stoppage" of Cuban American businesses. Additionally, all workers in general are being request to stay home on this day.
On Saturday, December 10, 1994, the biggest march thus far in the Cuban community will take place and an expected 250 organizations will participate. Some of these groups include, the Cuban-American National Foundation, Unidad Cubana (Cuban Unity), Junta Patriotica (Patriotic Junta), Cuban Minicipalities in Exile and Brigade 2506. Approximately 300,000 exiles are expected to participate. At this time, the exact route of the march is unknown however, the final destination will be the Orange Bowl, located at N.W. 17th Avenue and 7th Street.
The Intelligence Bureau will continue to monitor the preparation of these events and disseminate new information as it is received.
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