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Four years ago today: 26 patients die of neglect at the Castro regime’s Mazorra Mental Institution in Cuba

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Four years ago today 26 patients at the Castro dictatorship's Mazorra Mental Institution in Cuba needlessly died due to criminal neglect. The gruesome photos smuggled out of Cuba of their emaciated and abused bodies stacked on tables like sacks of potatoes clearly illustrated the Castro dictatorship's extreme neglect that ultimately took their lives.

Today we remember those 26 victims of the apartheid Castro regime and pray for their families and friends who will never see them again. Although they are but a fraction of the tens of thousands of Cubans murdered by the Castro dictatorship, we have an obligation and a duty to remember and honor each and every victim.

Read more about the Cuban regime's criminal neglect on January 9, 2010 HERE, HERE, and the gruesome photographs HERE.

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