Last week, during U2's concert in Miami, Bono dedicated a song to Cuban pro-democracy leader Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet.
It seems Bono's praise and Dr. Biscet's celebrity power has frazzled Cuba's dictatorship.
This week, Dr. Biscet was ordered to check-in monthly with the Castro regime's police -- a tool of intimidation.
But as Bono proclaimed: "We are watching!"
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