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Cuban woman assaulted by State Security not improving

Via Notes from the Cuban Exile Quarter:

Cuban woman assaulted by State Security not improving

"It appears that the order to eliminate Yris has been given. Let us not permit this crime." -Jorge Luis García Pérez "Antúnez" over twitter today

The news today on Yris Tamara Pérez Aguilera is deeply worrying. Last night at the hospital she was once again expelled without obtaining proper medical care. Jorge Luis García Pérez "Antúnez", her husband, tweeted at 9:49am, "First revolutionaries then doctors they told Yris last night expelling her from the hospital in Placetas." Apparently State Security had appeared at the hospital and obligated / threatened the doctors into asserting their revolutionary first credentials. He went on to add in a second tweet: "It appears that the order to eliminate Yris has been given. Let us not permit this crime."


Yris Tamara Pérez Aguilera

Yris's condition is not improving. Antúnez tweeted at 2:32pm and 2:34pm:  "My wife does not recover. We are very concerned."

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1 comment to Cuban woman assaulted by State Security not improving

  • asombra

    If she were a South African under apartheid, the whole world would be mobilized on her behalf. The fact that practically nobody is even remotely interested (although they can't get enough of a certain ironic Cuban blogger) speaks volumes. It's ALL about political correctness; the rest is cheap lip service.