Is Antonio Rodiles Not "Newsworthy"?

Sunday, November 25, 2012
Why haven't any of the foreign news bureaus in Havana written about the continuous imprisonment of young Cuban pro-democracy leader Antonio Rodiles, founder of the civil society project Estado de Sats?

Or how about the continuous imprisonment of independent journalist Calixto Martinez Arias, who broke the news of a cholera outbreak weeks after the Castro regime declared it eradicated and discovered shipments of spoiled medicines and other humanitarian aid at Havana's airport?

Or for that matter, how about Sonia Garro, an Afro-Cuban member of the Ladies in White imprisoned without charges or trial since Pope Benedict XVI's trip to Cuba in March?

Are they not newsworthy?