Below is a very telling picture of Cuban dictator Raul Castro, as he sees off U.S. President Jimmy Carter at the airport in Havana.
Castro is obviously very satisfied with Carter's visit.
Meanwhile, as of last night, two of the pro-democracy activists who tried to hold a protest outside the Capitol building, Eriberto Liranza Romero and Boris Rodriguez Jimenez, remain unaccounted for.
Thus, there are two more political prisoners in Cuba today than when Carter arrived on Monday.
Great job, Mr. President.
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