Where are the Foreign News Bureaus?

Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Cuban political prisoner, Luis Enrique Lozada, has been on a hunger strike since April 9th protesting his unjust imprisonment.

He is currently in an intensive care unit at the Saturnino Lora Hospital in Santiago de Cuba.

There are over 60 members of the Cuban Patriotic Union (UNPACU), of which Luis Enrique is a member, also on a huger strike demanding his release.

Nearly a dozen have been hospitalized, as their health quickly deteriorated.

Those hospitalized were attacked by Castro's secret police, which violently beat and dragged them out of the hospital.

Among them was Luis Enrique's 17-year old son, who is in critical health.

He recently stated:

Why am I going to live knowing that my father is dying in a prison cell because of a crime he never committed?  Knowing that my family is falling to pieces.

Look at the picture below -- why is this family such a threat to the Castro regime?

Where are the foreign news bureaus in Cuba?

Why the silence?

UPDATE: Last night, the Castro regime informed Luis Enrique Lozada's family that he will be released. What an extraordinary display of courage, solidarity and self-sacrifice by Cuba's peaceful democratic opposition -- one that has resulted in victory.