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Question of the day

Mauricio Claver-Carone over at Capitol Hill Cubans has the question of the day:

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The Castro regime can track down a flash-drive or a copy of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) from the most remote home of a pro-democracy activist.

The Castro regime can track down an older American man who travels to Cuba to help ordinary citizens connect to the Internet and exercise their fundamental right to receive and impart information.

Yet, the Castro regime cannot track down older Canadian and European men that travel to Cuba to sexually prey on young children in "casa particulares," which it closely monitors?

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