Earlier this week, Radio Mambi reported that Luis Posada Carriles' lawyer, Arturo Hernandez, believes that his client's history with the CIA is relevant to his upcoming case on immigration fraud and will seek to present that evidence at trial. It seems that it will be argued that the false passport that was found with an alias for Posada Carriles originated from his CIA days. As for the other charges, it is not clear how the CIA is relevant.
As Posada Carriles' May 11th trial approaches, the US government has taken the steps to insure that any information related to the CIA be barred from the immigration trial. According to the AFP, the US federal prosecutors filed a 9-page motion stating that "Posada Carriles's relationship with the Central Intelligence Agency ended more than 30 years ago and that as testimony or questioning about those ties were not relevant to his trial on immigration charges."
It seems that Arturo Hernandez will attempt to ignore that motion.