Castro's Cuba is the only country in this hemisphere that doesn't allow the International Committee of the Red Cross and other humanitarian organizations to visit its prisons.
Furthermore, just last week, the Castro regime postponed (yet again) a visit to the island by the U.N.'s Special Rapporteur on Torture.
Therefore, it's timely and essential to expose the name, location and contact information for each one of the island's 545 prison facilities.
Actually, just the mere fact that the Castro regime has 545 prison facilities in a country with a population of 11.5 million people should raise red flags. In comparison, Greece, with a similar population of 11 million people, has just over 31 prison facilities.
You can see the complete list here.
So what are the chances the U.N.'s General Assembly will address this issue?
- ► 2013 (475)
- ► 2012 (1158)
- ► 2011 (1032)
- ► 2010 (1043)
10/25 - 11/01
- Spain's Groveling $elf-Interest
- Cuban Intelligence Targets Congressmen
- Raul "the Reformer" Emulates Louis XVI
- Amb. Susan Rice's Remarks at the U.N.
- The U.N. Never Disappoints
- Chavez Seeks Midas Touch (For Himself)
- Environmental (or Ideological) Defense Fund?
- Another Classic U.N. Hypocrisy
- The Office of (Anti) Computerization?
- Religious Freedom Report Released
- Deaths (Murder) in Castro's Prisons
- Bobby Rush to the Rescue
- The Cuban People's View of Havana
- Welcome to Castro's 545 Prisons
- ▼ 10/25 - 11/01 (14)