FILE - In this Oct. 30, 1950, file photo, two men lie sprawled on the pavement before the Governor's Palace in San Juan, Puerto Rico., after an attack on building guards by anti-U.S. nationalist rebels. Members of a nationalist party seeking to overthrow the government of Puerto Rico shot and killed eight police officers in San Juan, including Chief Aurelio Miranda-Rivera, before the revolt was put down by the U.S. military, the FBI and the CIA. (AP Photo/File)