On the steps of the Cuban Interests Section in Washington, D.C.:
Across the street from the Consular Section of the Cuban Interests Section:
Needless to say, the Castro regime's "diplomats" quickly removed these signs, but they will never be able to extinguish the memory of Orlando Zapata Tamayo.
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