Raul’s “reforms” continue to intensify….
Here you go: this is what the Castro Dynasty means by "reforms."
As usual, these crimes are ignored by all those governments and publications who claim to defend human rights. Worse than that, as repression intensifies in Castrogonia, these hypocrites step up their attempts to lift all sanctions on that giant slave plantation, citing all the benefits that come from cultural exchanges and people-to-people tourism.
The only silver lining in this dark cloud: a leading official of Castronoid State Security has been exposed. His code name is "Camilo." See photos above .
Maybe some day he will be brought to justice. But don't get your hopes up. Chances are that he -- or someone like him -- will end up as successor to the Castro brothers, running a state as brutal and exploitative as the one that tourists from wealthy countries have come to know and love.
From Cuba Net: (Spanish article HERE.)
At 5 a.m. on October 12th, State Security agents forced their way into the home of Regl Ríos Casado, a Lady in White. They ransacked her house, searching for "illegal" items (cameras, literature, and communication devices).
After confiscating several items (including issues of El Nuevo Herald), the agents arrested Regla Ríos Casado, her son, Rolando Blanco Casado, and a third individual, Andrés Pérez Suárez. All three were led away in handcuffs. They remain in custody, their whereabouts unknown.
Three other dissidents were also arrested, and their whereabouts remain unknown: Raicel Rodríguez, Juan Bautista, Mario Moraga, members of the Comisión de Ayuda a Presos Políticos (CAPPF: Commission to Aid Political Prisoners).
The leader of these raids and arrests is a State Security agent known as "Camilo." He is well-known to dissidents because he is constantly present at harassment incidents involving The Ladies in White.
Lately, Camilo and his goons have increased their harassment campaign. Their favorite tactic is to kidnap dissidents -- especially women -- rough them up, and drive them to distant locations, far from their homes, where they drop them off barefoot and bruised.