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Cuba’s European Hostages

Via Capitol Hill Cubans:

Update on Castro's European Hostages

Here's the latest on Angel Carromero and Aron Modig, the Spanish and Swedish survivors of the car crash that claimed the life of Cuban pro-democracy leader Oswaldo Paya:

- Carromero has been transferred to the Department of Technical Investigation of the nefarious Ministry of the Interior in Havana, where he remains detained.

- Spanish diplomats have been prohibited from seeing Carromero since Monday of last week -- the day after the accident.

- The Swedish government has publicly stated that Modig's continued detention in Havana is unjustified.

Meanwhile, Paya's widow has rejected the Castro regime's "official" report, which blamed the accident on driver error and stated:

"Until I'm able to speak with Angel and Aron, the last two people who saw my husband alive, have access to the expert reports and have the advice of people independent of the Cuban government, I can't have an idea of what really happened that day."

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