La verdad es la idea, decia Platón. Aristotele afirmaba que era la forma que se halla oculta tras el velo de la apariencia. Por Cuba y Para Cuba busca solamente la libertad en la palabra, no la libertad de palabras donde la ocultan los sofistas y, como no, los filosofos del infinito. La verdad se divide, se multiplica y se suma ella misma.
Saturday, September 13, 2014
Former DGI Officer Details The Life & Times of Senior Cuban Spy Alexis Frutos Weeden
Former Dirección General De Inteligencia(DGI) officer Enrique García Diaz reportsAlexis Frutos was selected for the DGI during his final year of high school. He then moved to Havana in 1976 to start his spy career. He married an Afro-Cuban woman who gave birth to two daughters during the 1980s. She was not a DGI official at that time.
During the years of the Reagan administration, the “Mexico Desk” at DGI headquarters had eight officers. Frutos Weeden was one of the best officers on this portfolio. Fellow “Desk Officers” included Yolanda Pascual, Enrique Vilavoy “Henry,” Luis Popa “Alan,” Pablo Avelino Gonzalez Diaz “Avelino,” Blas Andres Perira Luna “Ritz,” Orlando FundoraJr “Aldo” and chief of Mexico operations –Rolando Sarraf Elias “Elias.”
According to the CIA Directory of Cuban officials, Sarrafserved as a Prensa Latina (PRELA)representative at the Cuban Embassy in the late 1970s. García Diaz and the CIA both noted Frutos Weeden’s assignment to Mexico City as the Commercial Attaché in the early-mid 1980s.
García Diaz said as of his 1989 defection, the DGI Centro in Mexico had 15 officers and had deeply penetrated the Mexican government, every major political party and all key societal sectors. He believes the (now) Directorate of Intelligence (DI) remains deeply rooted throughout the nation to this day.
Alexis Frutos is currently the Political Counselor at the Cuba Embassy in Venezuela, where García Diaz suspects he serves as the DI Centro Chief.