Among the most fascinating documents to come out of the WikiLeaks revelations is a cable allegedly sent by the head of the US Interests Section in Havana, Jonathan Farrar, on August 11, 2009. The document is a virtual diplomatic bombshell. It could prove a source of embarrassment to all three governments concerned–the U.S., the Cuban and the Jamaican…

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2o letters of protest from Cuba from 2006 to 2009–Jamaica Security Minister The Gleaner

Offical Statement from the Government of Jamaica on the WikiLeaked cable

The statement confirms there there were complaints from Cuba in 2009; and reports on actions taken by the Jamaican Government in response.

Cuba blasts US–dismisses Wikileaks cables Jamaica Observer

“Cuba’s dissatisfaction is with the United States, which is the world’s largest drug consumer and an important centre for money laundering, stemming from drug trafficking,” Ambassador Gala told the Observer.

US tried to discredit Cuban eye care in Jamaica, WikiLeaks cable reveals Jamaica Observer

US diplomatic staff in Cuba are said to have looked for “human interest stories and other news that shatters the myth of Cuban medical prowess, which has become a key feature of the regime’s foreign policy and its self-congratulatory propaganda.”

Jamaica, U.S. Lawmen, bring down international drig ring The Gleaner

More WikiLeaks on Cuba at Progreso Weekly