More on the castro/Zarqawi BS

Via TigerHawk, I found this great post at Free Frank Warner.

This protest comes from the mass murderer who had three young Cubans murdered on April 11, 2003, just four days after they tried to hijack a ferry boat out of Havana.

Kangaroo court. Castro ordered that Jorge Luis Martinez Isaac, Lorenzo Enrique Copello Castillo and Barbaro Leon Sevilla be tied to posts and shot through their hearts. It was four days after they made the foolish mistake of trying to escape Castro’s police state.

Who was judge and jury there? A kangaroo court controlled by Castro sentenced the three to death because Castro wanted them murdered and the court couldn’t say no. The three young men would not sit still in the prison he has made of Cuba, so they had to be murdered.

Then Castro, with blood on his hands, had the gall to announce to the world that Jorge, Lorenzo and Barbaro, who had never harmed anyone in their lives, had been allowed “an exhaustive appeals process.” Exhaustive appeals? In four days?

Read the whole thing. Make sure to read the comments at Tigerhawk’s and Frank Warner’s.

1 thought on “More on the castro/Zarqawi BS”

  1. “This protest comes from the mass murderer who had three young Cubans murdered on April 11, 2003, just four days after they tried to hijack a ferry boat out of Havana.”

    That was the first thing I thought of too when I read the abc story on Castro protesting the zarqawi killing.

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