Over 70 Dissidents Arrested in Violent Raids

Saturday, February 8, 2014
The Castro regime arrested over 70 democracy activists from the Cuban Patriotic Union ("UNPACU"), a leading opposition group in the eastern provinces.

The arrests took place as shock troops raided various UNPACU meeting points in Santiago. Dissidents were beaten with batons and bike-chains.

Meanwhile, in Palma Soriano, the authorities cracked down on dissidents who had peacefully gathered at a park to protest against the Castro regime's repression.

More "reform" you can't believe in.