CANF's terrorist offshoot

In 1992, a few senior officials within the right-wing Cuban American National Foundation—the largest anti-Castro lobby in the U.S.—quietly established a “parallel secret military organization named the "Cuban National Front” to organize violent attacks against Cuba’s developing tourist industry. The Front’s key principals were two Cuban-born ex-CIA operatives named Luis Posada Carriles and Oscar Bosch. Both had previously been charged in Venezuela with organizing the 1976 aircraft bombing and both were intimately involved in directing a campaign of violence against the Cuban government.