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Media Advisory / Press Release
ON NOVEMBER 15, 2004, A CIA PILOTíS DAUGHTER COMMENCES A TRIAL AGAINST FIDEL CASTRO FOR THE EXECUTION OF HER FATHER AND FOR THE EIGHTEEN YEAR DESECRATION OF HIS BODY.
Miami - In April 1961, then six year-old Janet Ray saw her father for the last time. Thomas Willard Ray, a CIA pilot who was flying air support during the Bay of Pigs action, was shot down, captured, and summarily executed by the Cuban government. His body was kept in Havana and desecrated over the course of eighteen years until Janet Ray Weininger, through heroic effort, secured the return of her fatherís remains back to the U.S. Captain Ray was decorated by the CIA for his ultimate sacrifice. Now, in a monumental trial to be held on November 15, 2004, Janet Ray Weininger will seek justice for her martyred father, an American hero.
The trial will commence on Monday, November 15, 2004 at 10:00 a.m. before the Honorable Ronald C. Dresnick, Circuit Court Judge, at the Miami-Dade County Courthouse, 73 West Flagler Street, Miami, FL 33130.
Janet Ray Weininger is represented by attorneys Joseph I. Zumpano and Leon N. Patricios of Zumpano Patricios & Winker, P.A. and Spencer Eig of the Law Offices of Spencer Eig. For more information, see www.wingsofvalor.org or contact Spencer Eig at (305) 672-2770 or Leon Patricios at (305) 444-5565. Janet Ray Weininger at (305) 255-5994 or (305) 610-6464, firstname.lastname@example.org