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Waiting for Snow in Havana - Confessions of a Cuban Boy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 26 Summary

Carlos Eire
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Chapter 26 Summary

Carlos' Cousin Fernando is one of the rebels fighting against Fidel. At one time, he was part of a plan to kill Fidel, and he would have, except that the guy who was supposed to open the hangar arrived late because of car trouble, supposedly. Eventually, it is because of a stupid error that Fernando gets caught.

One night, Fernando is driving in a car with seven other guys and a trunk full of weapons. Ten blocks away from the drop-off, the light threatens to turn yellow. Not wanting to be caught by the police at a red light with eight guys and weapons in one car, Fernando tries to drive through the yellow light. The police, of course, see this and become suspicious. Fernando stalls them as long as possible, blabbering about being late to a wedding, and he allows the other guys to run away...

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