Many of them had been "besieged" in their homes for several days.
It's more "change" you can't believe in.
These images of yesterday's repression in Cuba speak for themselves:
Most of the 53 prisoners released as part of the #Cuba deal have been arrested again since. #expressionNOToppression pic.twitter.com/3zQWo97J0T— Senator Rubio Press (@SenRubioPress) December 4, 2015
They have provided food so that we don’t leave the buildings. We have suspended work activities. We are permanently monitored. Special forces are being infiltrated from Cuba, they say it is for our protection. Things are tense.-- Cuban doctor on medical mission in Venezuela, speaking on condition of anonymity, Cubanet, 12/4/15