The more I read about this case ... the shadier it looks. — Henry Gómez
It appears that Babalú's Henry Gómez is having second thoughts about his shameless advocacy of Fidel Castro's interests in the case of the abused little Cuban girl whose birth father wants to lay her at Fidel Castro's feet as a propitiatory offering to the horn-of-plenty. From the first Henry refused to utter even one word on her behalf and even accused me of being the only one who gave a damn about her (not true then or now). Now he seems to be experiencing a conversion of sorts. Castro's cold hand on the little girl's shoulder didn't do it for him; rather, it was Magda Montiel-Davis' suborning of perjury, fabrication of evidence and hostage-taking of the girl's mother that caused him to "read more about this case..." Keep reading, Henry. The truth was always on the other side of your prejudices. This case was always shady. It's you who is now not so much in the shade as before.
This case does not have anything to do with The Miami Herald and its intentions. It never did. It has everything to do with Fidel Castro's intentions. Get it?