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Another Sunday of violent repression as Cuba’s Ladies in White try to attend church services

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Yet another consecutive Sunday in Cuba where members of the peaceful human rights group the Ladies in White and other human rights activists are violently assaulted and arrested by Castro State Security thugs as they try to attend church services.

Via Uncommon Sense:

April 27, 2014: The 42nd Sunday in a row of repression in Cuba

Political repression is a daily, if not hourly, occurrence in Cuba, but for the past 41 Sundays the Castro dictatorship has taken care to make Sundays especially oppressive. Police and other thugs have beaten, arrested, kidnapped, etc. numerous activists, especially in eastern provinces of the island. You can set your watch by it.

It happened again on Sunday, April 27.

Read the news of this past Sunday's repression via Tweets from the island HERE.

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