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Reina Luisa Tamayo’s Press Conference on June 10, 2011

Courtesy of Leslie Veiga from Congressman David Rivera's office, below is video of the press conference Reina Luisa Tamayo held yesterday at the offices of the Directorio Democratico Cubano.

2 comments to Reina Luisa Tamayo’s Press Conference on June 10, 2011

  • These videos are more than a press conference with a newly exiled Cuban. They provide witness to the human tragedy of the Castro regime. Reina Luisa Tamayos story is the story of what the Castro revolution has done to the Cuban people. I hope everyone will watch them.

  • asombra

    The silence of the MSM is deafening. Even in Miami, she'll fade into the background soon enough, but if she were a victim of the Botha regime instead of Castro's, she'd be national news, including front-page material at the NYT and WaPo. And so it goes.