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Those Castronoids have Yuma fever and the only prescription is a visa

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From La Frontera Transparente via Capitol Hill Cubans

Another Cuban Repressor Seeks a U.S. Visa
October 11, 2012

Cuban pro-democracy activists have denounced that another agent of the Castro regime's repression, Saíly Freire Lachicot, is currently working to obtain a visa from the U.S. Interests Section in Havana to travel to the United States.

Freire Lachicot recently married Leoncio Agüero Pacheco, who currently resides in the U.S.

Yet, throughout the years, Freire Lachicot has been in charge of coordinating repressive acts against peaceful pro-democracy activists in the town of Santa Cruz del Sur, Camaguey.

The picture below is of Freire Lachicot during a mob act at the home of a young pro-democracy activist on July 13, 2012.

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The activists had organized a vigil to honor the lives of 41 Cubans murdered on that same day in 1994 by the Castro regime pursuant to the sinking of the tugboat "13 de Marzo".

Freire Lachicot sought to break-up this peaceful vigil with a violent mob.

What type of message is sent by rewarding these agents of the Castro regime's repression with U.S. visas?

3 comments to Those Castronoids have Yuma fever and the only prescription is a visa

  • jsb

    Well if she does get a visa, maybe we can stand outside of her home all day shouting insults. Let her feel what it's like to be on the other side.

  • Gusano

    jsb: and that is exactly the point: no Cuban here does that and yet we are labeled as the hardline close minded intrasingents who need to reconcile. talk about the prodigal daughter...

  • CountNomis

    To many stupid Cubans in Miami the only important thing is that she and her husband came over "to our side" so she will probably be welcomed with open arms rather than with baseball bats.