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Witnesses testify for a third day at hearing on Castro regime’s crimes against humanity
July 18, 2017 by Carlos Eire
Good luck finding any coverage of all of these testimonies in the world’s press.
Cuba’s noble savages get free medical care and a free education from their “benevolent”masters, so what do they have to complain about?
Yeah, you know the drill…. move on….
Yes, massah, yessir…. and may I put a damn good shine on dem nice boots o’yours… I’ve got the right kind of tongue fer it, or so I been told… yessir, you a damn nice massah….
Sarcasm aside, the work of this International Commission for the Prosecution of Crimes against Humanity of the Castro Regime might turn out to be very significant some day, perhaps in the not-too-distant future.
PRESS RELEASE FROM JUSTICE CUBA
INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION FOR THE PROSECUTION OF CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY OF THE CASTRO REGIME
CONDUCTS THIRD DAY OF RIVETING TESTIMONIES
A third day of riveting testimonies is underway for the International Commission for the Prosecution of Crimes against Humanity of the Castro Regime,City-of-Miami-Mayor-Tomas-P.-Regalado-officially-opening-JusticeCuba-hearing, “JusticeCuba”. On Saturday, City of Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado officially opened the first round of hearings at Miami City Hall. There, a capacity crowd gathered as victims of Castro’s regime spanning six decades provided their testimony to the International Commission. On several occasions, victims succumbed to pure emotion as they recounted the horrors endured at the hands of the Castro regime. Witnesses included women former political prisoners, survivors and family members of those slain in the Tugboat massacre, victims of torture and witnesses to extrajudicial killings and executions, as well as survivors of Regime massacres.
The commencement of this historic process takes place as the same regime which spearheads crimes against humanity continue their reign of terror on the Cuban people and abroad. Members of this Commission also met in Washington with OAS General Secretary Luis Almagro. Hearings in other major cities both in the United States and internationally will be taking place as this Commission undertakes the task of ensuring that impunity ends for the Castro Regime.