Thursday, September 19, 2013

More from The Anti-Che, Freedom Fighter And Patriot Felix Rodriguez,

Jay Nordlinger at National Review offers a follow-up to his piece on Cuban-American Felix Rodriguez, the CIA agent who helped hunt down Communist revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara.

A couple of months ago, I went to visit Felix Rodriguez in his Miami home. In the August 5 issue of National Review, we published a piece: “The Anti-Che: Felix Rodriguez, freedom fighter and patriot.” (A blunt and true title.) We also published the piece online at

I would like to give you a few more notes about Rodriguez, supplementary to the piece. I think you’ll find them worth your while.

But first, I should answer a question that some will have: Who is Felix Rodriguez?

He is a Cuban-born American. Former CIA agent. Was infiltrated into Cuba before the Bay of Pigs. Got out some months after that disaster. Was assigned to Bolivia, to help that country’s forces hunt down Che Guevara. Got him. Rodriguez was the last person to talk to him, really. And an interesting conversation they had.

You can read the rest of the piece via the below link:

You can also read my Washington Times review of Hunting Che via the below link: 

Note: The above with Felix Rodriguez (on the left) and Che Guevara was provided by Felix Rodriguez.

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