Armed Forces of National Liberation (FALN) -- Puerto Rico

The Armed Forces of National Liberation (FALN) is a Puerto Rican terrorist organization responsible for numerous attacks on continental U.S. soil. FALN, one of several Puerto Rican nationalist terrorist groups, set itself apart by repeatedly attacking U.S. citizens and facilities for roughly a decade. By utilizing terrorists based in both Puerto Rico and the Unites States, FALN was able to attack targets in Puerto Rico, New York, and Chicago. Directly caused the deaths of five people, dozens of injuries, and several million dollars worth of damages to facilities.In January 2017, President Obama granted clemency to Oscar Lopez Rivera, he is scheduled to be released from prison 17 May 2017.  In 1999, President Clinton granted clemency to most FALN members but refused Lopez-Rivera for an attempted jailbreak.VideoVideo: 2013 Hundreds of Puerto Ricans rallied this week to call for the United States to release the Puerto Rican independence activist Oscar L√≥pez Rivera. Wednesday…

Armed Forces of National Liberation (FALN) -- Puerto Rico, also known as Front for the National Liberation of Puerto Rico, Fuerzas Armadas de Liberacion Nacional (FALN) is an inactive group formed c. 1974.
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