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Magic trick of the day – Disappearing Cuban women

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Magician Sarah Stephens

Sarah Stephens from Center for Democracy in the Americas (talk about a misnomer) pulls off an amazing and mystifying magic trick in her latest post at Havana Note. In an article about the rights of women in Cuba consisting of:

  • 18 paragraphs
  • 932 words
  • 4,544 characters

... Stephens manages to make not one single mention of the daily abused Ladies in White, political prisoner Sonia Garro, or any other of the countless Cuban women who have been abused, attacked, violated, raped, or imprisoned by the Castro dictatorship.

With a wave of her magic wand, Stephens made all these Cuban women disappear.

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