Must-Watch: Cuban Regime Tries to Silence Blind Activist at U.N. Rights Council

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Below is the video of yesterday's session of the U.N. Human Rights Council.

At the 31:45 mark is the testimony of blind Cuban democracy activist Juan Carlos Gonzalez Leiva, who describes the tortures and abuses he's been subjected to by the Castro dictatorship.

As you'll see the in the video, the Castro regime's delegation interrupts Gonzalez Leiva's remarks three times, with the support of Pakistan and Venezuela.

The Castro regime's delegation then becomes visibly agitated and threatening towards the end.

Meanwhile, the United States and the United Kingdom intervened on behalf of Gonzalez Leiva being able to deliver his remarks.

Click below (or here) and watch at the 31:45 mark: