CIA in Opa-locka

CIA in Opa-locka

Post on April 17, 2015 by The Victoria Law Group 0 Comments

Opa-locka style, home of the spooks…uh, spies.  A mixture of higher education, busy international airport, and less than desirable neighborhoods, might seem to make for an intriguing back drop for the cloak and dagger guys.  But, an Opa-lock building served as the CIA base for an operation that overthrew a leftist Guatemalan president in the 1950s.  Some people say, Opa-locka was/is the Latin American headquarters for the CIA.  Easy access, and a place where – off campus – people don’t ask a lot of questions.  Why not?

Read Alfonso Chardy’s Miami Herald article here:

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