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Dr. Oscar Biscet: One of Cuba’s Hidden Heroes

Oscar's Cuba

Oscar’s Cuba is a feature-length documentary video that will help spread the message and story of Dr. Oscar Biscet, a prisoner of conscience currently serving a 25-year prison sentence in Cuba for his promotion of human rights.  Oscar’s Cuba will highlight the courage, faith and hope of Dr. Biscet and others working for democracy on the island.  The goals of Oscar’s Cuba include raising public awareness about the plight of the Cuban people, helping individuals to stand and work in solidarity with those unjustly imprisoned and, ultimately, helping to secure the release of Dr. Biscet and all of Cuba’s prisoners of conscience.

 “Here, in this dark jail where they force me to live, I will be resisting until the freedom of my people is obtained.” ~Dr. Oscar Biscet~

Scheduled for a fall release, this documentary is a powerful indictment against the oppressive Castro regime. Check out the official website, and view the trailer here.

8 comments to Dr. Oscar Biscet: One of Cuba’s Hidden Heroes

  • Great post....i have cross linked it.

    BTW, have you guys been following my Honduras coverage???

    The made our family friend, FM Ortez Colindres resign over some faux outrage regarding Obama....I am in the process of denouncing Amb Llorens who led that charade.

    This is like Earl T Smith under Batista, "The Fourth Floor", all over again with the State Dept imposing a communist dictador upon a country which has rejected socialism and tyranny!

  • Mr. Mojito

    was Ortez Colindres the one they 'say' called Obama "a little black man"?

  • Mr. Mojito

    As for this movie, how can one buy it on DVD?

  • I just joined the group on Facebook.

  • Mr. Mojito, the documentary is slated for fall release, and should be available at that time.

  • [...] Dr. Oscar Biscet, a prisoner of conscience currently serving a 25-year prison sentence in Cuba Dr. Oscar Biscet: One of Cuba’s Hidden HeroesBy Ziva Sahl, on July 10, 2009, at 2:06 amOscar’s Cuba is a feature-length documentary video that will help spread the message and story of Dr. Oscar Biscet, a prisoner of conscience currently serving a 25-year prison sentence in Cuba for his promotion of human rights. Oscar’s Cuba will highlight the courage, faith and hope of Dr. Biscet and others working for democracy on the island. The goals of Oscar’s Cuba include raising public awareness about the plight of the Cuban people, helping individuals to stand and work in solidarity with those unjustly imprisoned and, ultimately, helping to secure the release of Dr. Biscet and all of Cuba’s prisoners of conscience.“Here, in this dark jail where they force me to live, I will be resisting until the freedom of my people is obtained.” ~Dr. Oscar Biscet~Scheduled for a fall release, this documentary is a powerful indictment against the oppressive Castro regime. Check out the official website, and view the trailer here.Source: Babalu Blog [...]

  • Mr. Mojito

    I'm looking forward to this.

    I hope it has a high production value and possibly even a minor theatrical release in South Florida.

  • [...] the oppressive Castro regime. Check out the official website, and view the trailer here. Source: Babalu Blog Share and [...]