29 years later, militant who hijacked plane to Cuba optimistic he can go home soon

  • Article by: MICHAEL WEISSENSTEIN , Associated Press
  • Updated: October 25, 2013 - 5:55 PM

HAVANA — William Potts burned with the desire to change the world. Nothing really turned out the way he planned.

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mnborn2Oct. 27, 13 7:27 AM

Cuba has granted political refugee status, along with free housing, health care and other benefits, to dozens of fugitives like Potts............. He served his time and we should forgive and give him free housing and healthcare. In prison for life.

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jdlellis1Oct. 27, 13 9:33 AM

Due to his dillusionary understanding that the U.S. And Cuba are different legal jurisdictions, Mr. Potts lack of intellect suggests that in the interest of keeping U.S. Intellect from sinking, he remain in Cuba.

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