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VIDEO: Cuban human rights activist addresses 2014 Geneva Summit on Human Rights and Democracy

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Cuban human rights and pro-democracy activist Damarys Moya Portieles, addresses the 2014 Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy on February 25, 2014:

"My name is Damaris Moya Portieles today March 4th at 11 in the morning I was arrested on the corner of my house and taken to police headquarters in Santa Clara, for the space of 4 hours they kept me in a cold room as a method of torture. Near the four hour mark arrived Lieutenant Colonel Enrique, who told me all sorts of insults and threats. The dictatorship of the Castro brothers feel rancor towards me for my recent intervention denouncing the Cuban government..." 

H/T Notes from the Cuban Exile Quarter

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