Agent Camilo, Castro henchman
Known to opposition members in Cuba as the most twisted and bloody of Raul Castro's henchmen, agent Camilo is famous for his multiple beatings inflicted upon the Ladies In White, and other peaceful opponents, his habit of pointing his gun at the head of his victims, and theft of their personal items.
International tribunals generally agree that political persecution and other inhumane acts reach the threshold of crimes against humanity if they are part of a widespread or systematic practice. Such is the case in Cuba, and note, there is court precedent for convicting individuals for acts committed under orders. One example is the case of United States vs. Keenan, wherein a military court of appeals held that "the justification for acts done pursuant to orders does not exist if the order was of such a nature that a man of ordinary sense and understanding would know it to be illegal." Is there any possible argument that could justify the routine beating of defenseless women?
The Cuban people will not forget.
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