Two Cuban Dissidents Released Under Obama Deal Get New Prison Sentences

Sunday, November 22, 2015
Last week, the Castro regime handed a four-and-a-half year prison sentence to Cuban dissident leader, Vladimir Morera Bacallao.

Morera Bacallao, accused of "public nuisance," is currently on the 41st day of a hunger strike protesting his unjust imprisonment at El Pre penitentiary in Santa Clara.

He is a member of the opposition, Cuban Reflection Movement.

Meanwhile, Jorge Ramirez Calderon, has been handed a two-and-a-half year prison sentence. He was also accused of "public nuisance."

Ramirez Calderon, an independent labor activist, was arrested pursuant to a public protest in front of a government building in Manicaragua.

Both Morera Bacallao and Ramirez Calderon were part of the list of 53 Cuban political prisoners that were purportedly released as a result of the Obama-Castro deal on December 17th, 2014.

There hasn't been a peep of protest from the Obama Administration on this latest affront.

Picture below: Ramirez Calderon is in the center.