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In memory and honor of two martyrs for Cuba’s freedom: Oswaldo Paya and Harold Cepero

***In honor of the second anniversary of the brutal murder of these two fallen Cuban heroes, this post will remain on top all day. Please scroll down for newer posts.***

Two years ago today, Oswaldo Payá and Harold Cepero were ruthlessly murdered by the Castro dictatorship for their tireless struggle to end tyranny and bring freedom to the people of Cuba. The merciless and bloody regime of the Castro brothers were certain they could kill their opponents with impunity and their deaths would deal a blow to the growing democracy movement on the island.  While the world has indeed once again turned a blind eye to yet another atrocity committed by Cuba's criminal dictatorship, these two fallen heroes continue to haunt the regime with their memory and the inspiration they have provided for Cubans both on the island and in exile.

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Read more about Oswaldo and Harold:

Cuba's Christian Liberation Movement: May their light within us never extinguish

Notes from the Cuban Exile Quarter: Oswaldo Payá, Harold Cepero, and the arc of the moral universe

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