The Killing of a Grandmother

Sunday, May 20, 2012
Last week, the Castro regime ordered a two-day siege of the family home of Cuban pro-democracy leader Idania Yánez Contreras, head of the Rosa Parks Civil Rights Movement.

For 48 hours, regime-organized mobs yelled insults and hurled rocks at the home. The family was not even permitted to go purchase food.

As a result, Idania's 94-year old grandmother, Antonia Rodríguez Mirabal, suffered a stroke and died.

The Castros must feel real proud of themselves.

Here's a picture of the mobs at Idania's grandmother's home.