Cuban political prisoner, Vladimir Morera Bacallao, has been transferred to an intensive care unit in Santa Clara, where he remains in critical condition on the 75th day of a hunger strike protesting his unjust imprisonment.
He was one of the 53 political prisoners released as part of the Obama-Castro deal on December 17th, 2014.
Morera Bacallao was re-arrested in April, pursuant to the Castro regime's sham municipal "elections."
He was imprisoned for placing a sign outside his home that read, '"I vote for my freedom and not in an election where I cannot choose my president."
Last month, the Castro regime informed Morera Bacallao that he had been handed a new four-year prison sentence.
He has been on hunger strike since October 9th.
It's "what change looks like" in Cuba.
at 11:55 AM Wednesday, December 23, 2015
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