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Cuba Brainwash of Elian Starts in USThe Atorney General Janet Reno authorized the early morning raid to gain custidyof young Elian Gonzalez on Saturday morning Elian was reunited with his father atAndrews Air Force Base Elian has a hearing set for May 8th where he will decide if hewants to stay in the US or go back to Cuba The US government will not let anyonenear Elian at the base The column states that the US is letting the Cuban psychiatristsbrainwash Elian Gonzalez so he will want to go back to Cuba with his father The columnalso states that if Elian were left with his relatives he would more than likely want to stayin the US The column goes further to say that Elian is being persuaded to go back toCuba by letting him know the fact that he will be living in the government guest house thathas a swimming pool There will also be 12 of his class mates taken from there families toThe Atorney General Janet Reno decision of Elians fait was not easy There wasa lot of pressure put on her from the President who is trying to keep good relations withCuba In my opinion Elian needed to be with his dad No one has the right to take a childfrom his parent if the parent is able to provide for it Just because this country has adifferent government than theres doesnt mean that he should stay in the US If thatwere so why arnt we taking all of the children from Cuban parents These differences are what makes Cuba Cuba How would you like it if your relatives in Cuba had yourchild and wouldnt give him back because they thought it was better for him or her overthere We need to take a minuet and think about what has happened The statement ofElian being brainwashed goes both ways If he was left at his relatives house they wouldhave
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