This past weekend, over 300 Cuban dissidents were arrested by the Castro regime for peacefully seeking to demonstrate on behalf of freedom and democracy.
In preparing for this latest wave of arrests, Castro's secret police set up a series of provocative acts in front of the headquarters of the courageous pro-democracy group, The Ladies in White, in Havana's Lawton neighborhood.
Among these, it organized a crowd that proceeded to publicly burn copies of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Funny how none of the Obama Administration's celebrity friends, visiting Member of Congress and businessmen ever venture into Lawton during their "dog-and pony" tours of Havana.
They're too busy taking the same boring, stereotypical pictures of old cars in Castro's designated tourist zones.
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