Kingsport News, Tennesse. 28 Jan 1961.

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entering l they Jimmy 3, Roule bogus also a sentences name Exchange al highlight the Deeds" already be a tonight. Mrs. Va., Branch, E. Jordan will Public Announce Man's Arrest WASHINGTON (UP1) - Ally. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy announced announced Friday the arrest of Herman Herman F. Marks, a native of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, who reportedly was responsible responsible for the execution of more than 200 anti-Castro Cubans in Havana. nounced nounced Friday the arresl of Herman F. Marks, a native of Milwaukee, who reportedly was responsible for the execution of more than 200 anti-Castro Cubans in Havana. Kennedy said that Marks -- who lost his U.S. citizenship while fighting in the Castro revolution ary-«rmy--was-arreated-in-New York on Tuesday. He was charged with entering the United Stales illegally from Mexico on July 22. 1960. Marks, who is 38, rose to the rank of captain in the Caslro army and, according to immigration immigration officials, became security of ficer at La Cabana fortress in Havana. Nicknamed "The B u t c h e r (UP!)-Sheldon's business them ed Federal FD1C) day Ihe embezzlement. Mrs. president's ion, owa, ten to to funds. around Marks is said to have been the overseer at the execution of more than 200 Cubans.. He left the United States in Jan uary, 1958, to join the Caslro forces. The U. S. consul at Havana issued issued a certificate of expatriation against him in September, 1959. Marks returned to the United Slates at El Paso, Tex., without a visa by falsely claiming Ameri' can citizenship, the government charged. Kennedy said that "all necessary necessary deportation proceedings will be expedited" against Marks, who is being held at the Federal House of Detention in New York. A deportation hearing has been set for Monday. Milwaukee police have a lengthy record of Marks' arrests, which legan at age 16 in 1937. They included included auto theft, burglary, rob- wry, assault and drunken driving. driving. Slate it dent He extra new next closing the Bank not were on up Police said there are records of t2 known arrests in this country and Hawaii. old

Clipped from Kingsport News28 Jan 1961, SatPage 3

Kingsport News (Kingsport, Tennessee)28 Jan 1961, SatPage 3
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