Yesterday, Cuban pro-democracy activists, Ivonne Mallesa Galano and Rosario Morales la Rosa, staged a street-corner protest in Havana.
Crowds quickly built up nearby.
Upon being whisked away by the Castro regime's secret police, the crowds followed them to the police station and began chanting "Libertad" ("Freedom").
They remain under arrest.
Earlier in the week, we saw a similar show of support for four other female pro-democracy activists on the steps of the Capitol building.
Here's three video clips chronicling the events:
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08/21 - 08/28
- New Videos: Crowds Defend Pro-Democracy Activists
- Four Women Speak the Unspeakable
- Senator Rubio at the Reagan Library
- Obama Dithers, Castro Represses
- Case in Point
- Pitbull Talks Cuba (and Represents)
- Treasury on J.P. Morgan Sanctions Violations
- How to Rattle the "Experts"
- Sending Uncensored News to Cuba
- Odebrecht Rejected for Support of Tyrant
- The "Success" of U.S. Policy Towards China
- New Video: Protest in Capitol Building
- The Fearless Ladies
- Female Activists Missing After Capitol Protest
- Are Libyan Rebels Anti-American?
- Is Cuba Next?
- A Must-See Video
- Quote of the Week
- Cuba's Bogus Statistics
- Amnesty: Stop Violence Against Ladies in White
- Gaddafi and Castro May Soon Be Reunited
- Confronting (Syria, Libya) vs. Appeasing (Cuba, Ir...
- The End of Gaddafi
- Amend the Cuban Adjustment Act
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