Over 80 Cuban Dissidents Arrested, Prominent Leader Hospitalized After Beating

Monday, July 6, 2015
For the 12th Sunday in a row, over 80 Cuban dissidents were brutally beaten and arrested for attempting to peacefully march to -- or from -- Mass.

Over 60 of those arrested were members of The Ladies in White, a group composed of the wives, mothers, sisters and other relatives of Cuban political prisoners.

Meanwhile, prominent democracy leader, Antonio Rodiles, founder of the independent think-tank Estado de Sats, had his nose shattered by the secret police agents that arrested him.

He had to be immediately hospitalized.

This is "what change looks like" in Cuba.