Cuba: No. 598

Fidel Castro's revolution continues to devour its young. The latest to be condemned to the firing squad: Major William Morgan, 32, U.S.-born adventurer, who, only a year ago, won Castro's praise for foiling a guerrilla landing in Cuba by playing double agent. Found guilty of smuggling arms to anti-Castro guerrillas, Morgan at 10:30 one night last week became the 598th counter-revolutionary to be executed by the Castro government.


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