Before ending the session on Tuesday, Judge Kathleen Cardone Hernández warned him that his request to present information about the Cuban government, as a strategy to demonstrate that its allegations against former CIA agent would not be reliable, may be denied.
Over the protests of the attorney, the prosecutor Timothy Reardon said "this is not the History Channel", to indicate that the information he aims to present as a defense is irrelevant.
During the day, the prosecutor spoke directly to Posada Carriles and asked if he remembered the "poor Italian", referring to Fabio di Celmo, a tourist who died in the bombing of the Copacabana hotel.
The terrorist reacted with surprise and shook his head in disbelief.
With the selection of the jury of five men and seven women, after interviewing 130 candidates, the testimonies will begin today in the trial of the terrorist just for immigration fraud, according to Diario de El Paso.