FALN


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FALNFuerzas Armadas de Liberación Nacional (Spanish: Armed Forces of National Liberation; Puerto Rico)
FALNFood Allergen Labeling Notification (US FDA)
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LAaAaAeA pez Rivera was not charged with any of the bombings that are associat with the FALN, and his supporters and enemies have argued whether or not he should be labeled as a terrorist or as a political prisoner.
During the trial, Lopez Rivera supporters argue that the corporate press "fabricated a grotesque image of the FALN between 1975 and 1985" (Gonzalez-Cruz 2008: 155).
28, 1982, FALN (Fuerzas Armadas de Liberacion Nacional) bombed several locations in the Wall Street financial district.
The FALN case reveals the difference between a campaign and a war.
Ademas de la independencia nacional, las proclamas de las FALN destacaban la libertad de los presos politicos; la lucha armada como unica via para lograr la independencia; la solidaridad con minorias que sufrian algun tipo de injusticia (chicano-mexicanos, negros, indios originarios); y el combate a las empresas trasnacionales por considerarlas agentes de explotacion en el Tercer Mundo, donde imponian gobernantes afines a sus intereses.
Holder acquitted himself well in testimony before the Senate, candidly explaining and confessing to mistakes he made in the pardon of Rich, and making a plausible defense of his decision to support the pardons of FALN members.
1975: January 24: FALN bomb the Fraunces Tavern in New York City,
For example, when Clinton issued his controversial pardon of sixteen members of FALN (Armed Forces of National Liberation), a violent Puerto Rican separatist group, his public approval rating stood at 60 percent.
Ogbar le da mucha importancia a la influencia de los Black Panthers en el desarrollo de un nacionalismo puertorriqueno en la diaspora (y este es un asunto que ciertamente no se debe menospreciar) pero no toma en cuenta a profundidad la influencia previa del nacionalismo albizuista, elemento fuertemente presente en los Young Lords y la FALN.
Another of Susler's clients, Carlos Torres, the national leader of the Puerto Rican nationalist group FALN, was convicted of seditious conspiracy for an attempted robbery of an armored vehicle in Evanston, Illinois, in 1980.
We finished the film-called FALN after the initials of the guerrilla group- and, perhaps somewhat melodramatically, took pseudonyms as credits (Robert Kramer inverted became "Robert Remark," while I opted for my middle name: "Peter David").