Los Angeles Times says no proof of foul play in dissident deaths
"Paya, 60, was one of the most respected dissidents in Cuba, a devout Roman Catholic who spent decades criticizing the Castro governments and urging peaceful democratic change. Although the opposition movement in Cuba is tiny, authorities used Paya's funeral to round up about 40 activists and briefly arrest them, a move widely criticized by human rights groups.
In October, Laura Pollan, a founder of the Ladies in White group, which has fought on behalf of political prisoners, died in a Cuban hospital after a sudden respiratory illness.
In both cases, the families raised questions about the circumstances and suggested the possibility of foul play, though they presented no evidence."
For anyone willing to search, the evidence for both murders piles higher by the day. Of course there's the rub...This Los Angeles Times reporter Ms Tracy Wilkinson (needless to add) has little difficulty obtaining Cuban visas. She reports from the Stalinist fiefdom often, and her reports read like a Cuba "Expert" cliche'-fest, which is to say, like Castro propaganda-ministry hand-outs.