The Spy Who Raped Me

The jilted former wife of a Cuban spy sues him--and Fidel Castro's regime--and wins big

Ana Margarita Martinez married Juan Pablo Roque on April Fool's Day, 1995. At the time of their Miami wedding, Martinez was 35, a twice-divorced Cuban-exile mother who thought she had finally met Senor Right. Roque was a hunky, sensitive improvement over the losers she says she had married before. He looked more like Richard Gere than Richard Gere does; he held a steady job, was warm to Martinez' two young kids, washed the dishes and never hit her. And he was a hero--a Cuban air force pilot who three years earlier had bolted Fidel Castro's communist dictatorship.

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