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JusticeCuba made public on February 12, 2018 a preliminary “black list” of Castro Regime officials alleged for crimes against humanity
Political leaders and human rights activists from different continents have come together to find Justice for Cuba.
During the Summit of the Americas in Peru, a delegation from JusticeCuba met with political leaders, attended key meetings and held the third public testimonies.
In April 2017, Political leaders and human rights activists from different continents formed the “International Commission for the Prosecution of Crimes Against Humanity of the Castro Regime. The commencement of this historic process comes to light during a time of increased repression in Cuba, in particular against women human rights activists and their families
"This brutal regime has kept itself in power for almost six decades by terrorizing its people”
-René Bolio from México
Since its inception, JusticeCuba receives and documents victim statements. Public Testimonies have already taken place in Miami, Washington DC and Lima, Perú.