Wednesday, September 10, 2008

The Enigmatic Death of Abel and Celia Hart

Before she took her own life on July 26, 1980, Haydée Santamaría, "Heroine of the Cuban Revolution," crashed her car against a tree in Miramar but survived to die more conspicuously a few weeks later from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Last Sunday, her two children, Abel (48) and Celia Hart Santamaría (46), were killed when their car crashed against a tree in Miramar in what has been officially reported as an accident. Was it in fact an accident or a suicide pact? That's a question that their father, Armando Hart Dávalos, another architect of Cuba's destruction, will have to ponder for the rest of his life.


Fantomas said...

Bad Karma Mansuelo, los comunistas pagaran tarde o temprano todas las injusticias que cometieron , aqui no se salvan ni sus criados mas cercanos

It is coming

Vana said...

Could it have been guilt that caused Haydee to kill herself? what of her children, did they really commit suicide? or were they killed, I know I'm asking the one hundred thousand dollar question, thanks Manuel I was unaware of all this.