(Worthy News) – The National Archives on Thursday released thousands of pages of never-before-seen documents that describe several ways the U.S. considered killing Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.
“The plans involved a number of bizarre schemes and, in at least one instance, involved some contact with organized criminal elements. Among the means considered were poison, botulism pills, and the use of Cuban Exile groups,” said one intelligence report on Cuba.
Among a range of schemes to harass Cuba, including an effort to create crop failures on the island. Here are five ways the U.S. thought about eliminating Castro. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]