Great piece in the WaPo by Human Rights Watch researcher Nik Steinberg on “dangerousness” in Cuba:

Under Cuba’s “dangerousness” law, authorities can imprison people who have not committed a crime on the suspicion that they might commit one in the future. “Dangerous” activities include handing out copies of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, writing articles critical of the government and trying to start an independent union.

Read the whole thing.