Some heirs of Meyer Lansky want compensation from the Cuban government for its nationalization of the Genovese gangster's casino and hotel Habana Riviera after revolutionary Fidel Castro took power in 1959 as reported by Paul Guzzo for The Tampa Tribune:
While not the main reason for the uprising, the casinos played a role nonetheless. Castro preached that the gambling, alcohol and sex shows were corrupting the island while lining the pockets of a few corrupt Americans rather than Cuban citizens. "They were considered by Fidel as one of the most atrocious exploitations of the Cuban people," author Rick Burkhart said. When news spread of Castro's victory, he said, Cuban citizens celebrated by ransacking the casinos. Lansky fled soon after.
Any man who sent the sorry-assed Mafia running can't be all bad, and for that we thank you comrade Castro.
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