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A Cuban-American man climbed a construction crane just north of FIU’s main campus, where President Donald Trump will be later Monday, and put out a U.S. flag and a banner with a message.

Winds twisted the banner, making the message hard to read. It started with “Mr. Presidente.” After it was taken down, WPLG’s Ian Margol got a picture of the banner, which said “Mr. Presidente, Cuban Exile, Please Have Mercy for E. Arocena.”

The article goes on to state the following:

That’s likely Eduardo Arocena, convicted in 1985 of planting nine bombs around Miami from 1979 to 1983. Arocena got 20 years for that but got life in federal prison for ordering the 1980 murder of Cuban diplomat Felix Garcia Rodriguez. As Federal Judge Robert J. Ward sentenced Arocena in 1984, he said prosecutors had proved Arocena was the “founder, leader and chief bomb maker” of Omega 7.

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