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Cubans and Venezuelans in Miami join together to protest the violent repression taking place in Venezuela

Crisis in Caracas: Images of Unrest in Venezuela

Hundreds of protestors gathered in Miami's Bayfront Park Sunday to hold a demonstration to show solidarity with anti-government protesters in Venezuela. - Photo: NBC6 Miami

Hundreds of protestors gathered yesterday in Miami to protest the violent repression taking place in Venezuela. Cuban Americans joined their Venezuelan American brothers to voice their protest against the Cuba-backed dictatorship of Nicolas Maduro, a puppet dictator installed by the Castro regime after the death of Hugo Chavez.

Unfortunately, the horrible events taking place in Venezuela today are nothing new to the Cuban exile community in South Florida. As a proxy of Cuba's murderous apartheid regime, Venezuela's dictatorship is adopting the same brutally violent methods employed for decades by their masters in Havana to quash any dissent.

Miami's NBC6 has the report HERE.

Local10 News has a video report of the protest HERE.

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