Cuban ex-prisoners of conscience to hold news conference in Miami on Tuesday 16 June

Jorge Luís García Pérez “Antunez”
Jorge Luís García Pérez “Antunez”

Miamians and people currently visiting Miami, please note:

You have the chance to attend an important event.  See information below.

Will any major news media send anyone to cover this press conference?

You know the answer: Fuhgeddaboudit… ni se te ocurra…olvidatedeso…

From Jorge Luís García Pérez “Antunez”:

This Tuesday 16 June at 11 a.m., a group of Cuban ex-prisoners of conscience will hold a news conference to respond to recent declarations by Cardinal Jaime Ortega y Alamino concerning the non-existence of political prisoners in Cuba.

The public is invited to attend, as are all members of exile opposition organizations.

Testimony will be presented to challenge Cardinal Ortega’s assertions, and to shed light on how he is ignoring Cuba’s political prisoners and and besmirching their character by suggesting that every prisoner in Cuba is some sort of delinquent or common criminal.

Location:  Presidio Político Histórico cubano “Casa del Preso”,  1140 SW. 13 Avenue,  Miami , Florida 33135.

Day & Time:  11:00AM, Tuesday 16 June

“There are no political prisoners in Cuba”
Of course not...NOT!
Of course not…NOT!


2 thoughts on “Cuban ex-prisoners of conscience to hold news conference in Miami on Tuesday 16 June”

  1. The top Ortega pic looks like a madam in flaming red silk. If he’s not an old queen, he certainly gives that impression. Be that as it may, he’s evidently compromised, either willingly or not, and the pope could easily “retire” him if he so chose. Problem is, apparently this cardinal suits the pope’s Cuba policy just fine, or well enough. But we really should be more realistic and stop expecting better from the Vatican–after all, to paraphrase the Tina Turner song, what’s Cuba got to do with it?

  2. No, the usual suspects aren’t interested in Antúnez–wrong sort of black, even though he makes Obama look pretty pale. Hell, even a totally fake “black” poseur like Rachel Dolezal can get further with the American black establishment than a black anti-Castro figure. It’s not the race that counts; it’s playing the right game.

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