Labor Activist Given Two-Year Sentence

Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Cuban independent labor activist Ulises González Moreno has been sentenced to two-years in prison for his peaceful opposition and organizing activities.

González Moreno, 45-years old, was detained on November 15th at his home in Central Havana by two plain clothes state security agents who identified themselves as members of the Ministry of the Interior (MININT).

He was tried under the charge of "Peligrosidad Social" ("Social Dangerousness"), a draconian law used by the Castro regime to imprison non-violent activists.

More "reform" you can't believe in.

Courtesy of Notes From the Cuban Exile Quarter.