Fidel Castro, the person on whom there were several attempts to assassinate
Fidel Castro, aged 85, who was president of Cuba from 1959 until 2006, when he left office for health reasons, has an unenviable record of being the person against whom they
"The leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, is the person on whom there were several attempts to assassinate the most, according to Guinness World Records and information CIA" inform cubadebate.cu.
The same site states that, until 2006, when Fidel Castro handed over power to his brother, Raul, "there had been 638 assassination attempts against him, all directed by the CIA". The methods were varied, from snipers to put the car bombs, poison injected into a cigar and explosives placed in a baseball, "the website states.
According to the same site, the bodies concerned by the disappearance of Castro were North American intelligence agencies.
Guinness Book launches a new edition every year and is, according to publishers, is the volume sold in the world after Biblie.vut place most assassination attempts - 638.