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Monday August 15th, 2022 6:50PM

LISTEN: Castro's Spies

By Mornings on Maine Street

Gary Lennon shares the story behind making his documentary "Castro's Spies". It tells the largely unknown story of an unofficial Cuban civil war fought for decades across the Florida Straits. 

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