The OP is from the U.S. It doesn't matter that vendors in Jamaica can legally sell Cuban products; U.S. federal law makes it illegal for Americans, NO MATTER WHERE THEY ARE, to purchase Cuban goods.
While this is true, and I understand it. It makes me wonder why we, or should I say our elected officials, would pass a law that cannot be enforced. Atleast not without substancial cost. I will say this though, if our government wants to spend some more money, go on down to Jamaica, mexico, or anywhere else that you can buy Cuban cigars. They can find plenty of Americans to arrest under this law.
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