Thursday, January 22, 2015

The Struggle for Cuba's Freedom Continues

 Obama-Castro pact protest vigil

Protest Vigil at Cuban Memorial tonight
 Today, January 22, 2015, marks two years and six months since Harold Cepero and Oswaldo Payá Sardiñas's unexplained deaths.  You who are reading this can do your part signing a petition demanding an international investigation and letting others know about this campaign for justice.

Tonight Cuban Exiles and Cuban Americans gathered together in a protest vigil praying for justice and an end to the dictatorship that has been a nightmare for Cuba for the past 56 years.

At the same time we protested the Obama administration's decision to release Cuban spies that had plotted terrorist attacks against the United States and especially the freeing of one of them serving a life sentence for conspiracy to commit murder in the case of four men extra-judicially executed on February 24, 1996 on the orders of Raul Castro in the Brothers to the Rescue shoot down.

These four men: Armando Alejandre Jr., Carlos Costa, Mario de la Peña, and Pablo Morales were killed while engaged in a search and rescue for Cuban rafters. Their courage and sacrifice are honored.

Tonight we gathered together not only to protest the Obama-Castro Pact but to let the world know that the struggle for Cuba's freedom continues.

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