Miami man wins $1 billion in imaginary money from Che and Fidel
Gustavo Villoldo, an ex-CIA operative who claims to have personally buried Che Guevara, was awarded a settlement today of $1 billion from Guevara and Fidel Castro by Miami-Dade Judge Peter Adrian. Villoldo claims that the pair was personally responsible for his father’s suicide. It’s the largest civil judgment against the Cuban government.
The funds may be almost impossible to obtain — at least in the United States. Most of those assets identified by the Treasury Department in a Cuban bank account in New York were paid out in the Brothers to the Rescue case and in two other Miami cases.