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In the early morning hours of April 22, 2000, special units of the US border police storm the house of a Cuban immigrant family in Miami. Police officers in combat equipment focus their machine guns on Lázaro González and snatch his six -year -old grand nephew Elián . Under the protest of around 50 exile cubans, the boy is worn out of the house and sent back to Cuba by the US government under Bill Clinton two months later.
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for the White House the case is done with it-but not for those who are entitled to vote in Miami and elsewhere in Florida. You have not forgotten that it was just half a year ago that Elián's mother tried to flee into the USA with him , and drowned in a shipwreck while her son continued to florida on a tire hose.
with Elián's deportation was all of this in vain-and the Cuban exile community of Floridas swears revenge. Your members know: The day will come when the Clinton administration receives the receipt for your actions.
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in Washington, but nobody is aware that this apparently insignificant event will have massive effects on world politics-but only five Months later: on November 7, 2000 in the US presidential election. A head-to-head race between George W. Bush and al Gore quickly emerges.
Florida of all places becomes the key state - the voices of the exile cubans are indispensable for both candidates. However, Gore has a problem: he was Vice President under Clinton and is therefore responsible for Elián's deportation. In the end, Bush actually wins with a difference of 537 votes in Florida-thanks to the voices of the Latino voters. His presidency heralds the ages of terror: there is the attacks of September 11th and the war against an enemy that has not been defeated for years.
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