What are some of the tangible and measurable results of the Castro dictatorship’s reforms in Cuba? The cracked skull of Maria Montes Piñon, a 60-year-old democracy activist who dared to speak out against the tyrannical Castro regime.
Regime agents brutalize 60 year woman activist in Cuba
At 12:11pm today, December 17, 2012, independent journalist and civic activist, Ivan Hernandez Carillo, began to tweet photos of disturbing images of Marina Montes Piñón, a 60 year old woman and long time opposition activist, who had been badly beaten by regime agents on December 15 in Cuba. Ivan reported over twitter on how she ended up in such a state. Independent journalist Juan Carlos Linares Balmaseda initially broke the story, disclosing the assault on Marina Montes Piñón and Ivan got the word out through the twitterverse.
Marina Montes Piñón: Assaulted by Regime Agents on 12/15/12
That is how the regime’s State Security left opposition activist Marina Montes Piñón this past December 15.
Three deep wounds in the skull and a hematoma in the right eye made by Gisela Espinosa to opposition activist Marina Montes.
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