Cuba's Scandalous Blood (Literally) Exports

Friday, January 3, 2014
On July 26, 2013, the Montevideo-based El País reported $0.9 million in 2012 sales by Cuba to Uruguay of “human or animal blood for therapeutic uses.” A subsequent El Pais editorial clarified that these were mostly of "human blood." Yet, there is no mention of blood exports in Cuba's official statistics.

The Castro regime has sold blood under false pretense from the earliest days of its dictatorship. Dating back to the 1960’s, blood was massively drained from political prisoners on their way to execution.

Are the Castro brothers once again using the blood of Cubans (literally) to run an international moneymaking enterprise?

Cuba Archive's Maria Werlau has just released an extensive report on this troubling issue.

Read the full report here.