Two Ladies in White suffer miscarriages after violent attack by Cuban political police
No one is safe from the brutality and death handed out by the Castro dictatorship; not even the unborn.
Via Pedazos de la Isla:
Cuba: Two Ladies in White Suffer Miscarriages Due to Police Aggressions in February
Noralys Martin Hernandez and Taimi Vega Biscet are two young Cuban women who live on opposite sides of the island (Hernandez lives in the town of San Juan & Martinez, Pinar del Rio, in the Western Cuba, and Biscet lives in the Eastern town of Palma Soriano), but they have many things in common, starting with their public and civic opposition to the Cuban regime. Both women are Ladies in White. Both are only 22 years old and their husbands, who are also dissidents, are 31. And recently in the month of February of 2012, both women suffered miscarriages due to the aggressions they were subjected to during violent operations carried out against them by the Cuban political police.
Despite having suffered the loss of their unborn children and the fact that they are still recuperating health-wise, Noralys and Taimi continue being victims, along with their families, of vigilance, threats, and acts of repudiation on behalf of State Security, the political police, and other Cuban functionaries.
Continue reading the horrifying and sad story of the unconscionable losses suffered by Noralys and Taimi HERE.