Auditorium: An assassination thwarted

A group of terrorists led by Posada Carriles planned to bomb the auditorium at the University of Panama during a 'solidarity with Cuba' event on the night of 16 November 2000, with the aim of assassinating Cuban president Fidel Castro, during the 10th summit of heads of state. The explosion would have caused a massacre.

How was the attempt organized and how was it forestalled? Who were the protagonists? Who supplied the explosives for planting in the auditorium? What were the post-trial imbroglios that led to the acts of terrorism being pardoned? The answers to these questions are to be found in this book whose author witnessed the trial and kept in touch with the key figures in the case.