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Justice living in Cuba”; the statement also calls attention to the fact that “there is no credible evidence that any of these groups … are mounting terrorist actions from Cuba” (Center for International Policy 2001). 24. S. embargo on trade with and travel to Cuba could also be considered an act of state terrorism or what the Cuban government calls “merciless economic warfare” (GOC 2001a, 1). 25. Hernández Martínez (1995) describes the diversity of Cuban Americans and their organizations, associated in part with when (pre- or post-1959) and why (political or economic reasons) they and their families migrated to the United States.