Panama's Gen. Manuel Noriega's defense attorney Frank Rubino riding on his Harley-Davidson on beach at sunset.
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In this photo released 04 January 1990 by the Defense Department, Panamian General Manuel Noriega (C) is brought on board a US military plane 3 January 1990 for a flight to Miami after his arrest.
U.S. soldiers run for cover following their arrival at a military command post loyal to General Manuel Antonio Noriega 23 December 1989 in Santiago 200 miles north of the capital.
An American soldier stands in the street with a blindfolded Panamanian prisoner during the United States invasion, 'Operation Just Cause,' to oust Panamanian leader General Manuel Noriega, Panama. The prisoner has green duct tape over...More
General Manuel Antonio Noriega shakes hands February 13, 1988 in Panama. In February 1988, two US federal grand juries indicted Noriega on drug trafficking charges and both American and Panamanian citizens strove to remove him from...More
US soldiers confer over a map February 13, 1988 in Panama. In February 1988, two US federal grand juries indicted General Manuel Antonio Noriega on drug trafficking charges and both American and Panamanian citizens strove to remove him...More
Former Panamenian dictator Manuel Noriega (red-2R) is seen after arriving at the Renacer prison, 25 km south east of Panama City, on December 11, 2011. Panamanian former dictator, Manuel Noriega,77, after more than two decades in...More
A photo taken 04 October 1989 shows former Panamanian strongman General Manuel Noriega waving as he left his headquarters in Panama City following a failed coup against him. Noriega goes on trial 10 June 1999 in Paris on...More
At a 1989 public rally in Santiago, a town several hours outside of Panama City, Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega speaks harshly about U.S. involvement in Panamanian affairs, accusing the Bush administration of direct involvement in...More
Picture taken on March 7, 1988 of Panama's general Manuel Antonio Noriega attending an anti-US meeting in Panama city. Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega arrived in Paris on April 27, 2010 after the United States extradited him...More