Goya Drops Puerto Rican Day Parade Celebrating Terrorist Freed by Obama

News Lead / May 19, 2017

Puerto Rican nationalist Oscar López Rivera gestures as he is released Wednesday from house arrest in San Juan, Puerto Rico, after 36 years in custody.
Goya Foods has called it a “business decision” not to sponsor New York’s National Puerto Rican Day Parade for the first time in its 60-year history after organizers announced they would honor prolific terrorist Oscar López Rivera at the event.






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