MEXICO: Communazi Columnists

Disguised as Mexican policemen, 20 men armed with Tommy guns broke into the patio of an isolated Coyoacán villa one night last week. They overpowered five guards, threw an incendiary bomb into the patio, and in the light of its flare proceeded to shoot up all the rooms giving on the courtyard. Then they went inside the house and, standing outside the master's bedroom door, whaled 300 rounds through it. After five minutes of incessant firing, the attackers made off, and Mexico's most famous exile, Leon Trotsky, rose with his wife from the...

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