U.S. officials hand back dissident who jumped U.S. embassy fence in Cuba, is then beaten and arrested by Castro State Security

As we have all learned over the past seven years, Obama’s Hope and Change can be ugly and quite brutal. In Cuba, Obama’s Hope and Change policy towards the murderous apartheid Castro regime is no different.

Via Capitol Hill Cubans:

Man Jumps Fence at U.S. Embassy in Cuba, Handed Over to Regime

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Cuban democracy activists report that a man jumped the fence at the U.S. Embassy in Havana yesterday, while yelling “Down With Raul!

His name is Carlos Manuel Figueroa.

Upon entering the Embassy compound, Figueroa was handed over to Castro regime security officials, who proceeded to beat and arrest him.

He remains imprisoned at the police headquarters at Zapata and C Streets.

3 thoughts on “U.S. officials hand back dissident who jumped U.S. embassy fence in Cuba, is then beaten and arrested by Castro State Security”

  1. And remember, as long as people like Jeff Flake and Jim McGovern are OK with Obama’s Cuba policy, there’s no problem. Whatever “those people” may think or say is totally beside the point.

  2. A far worse case of this sort of “cooperation” with the Castro regime occurred around 1980, when three brothers, between the ages of 19 and 25, got into the precinct of the Vatican’s embassy in Havana to seek asylum and get out of Cuba. Hours later, Castro regime operatives entered the embassy, seized them, and soon had them executed by firing squad after a sham trial. Their mother was imprisoned for years as a collaborator, and she reportedly lost her mind in jail. The Vatican’s role in all this is highly suspect, as it is alleged it turned over the asylum seekers to the Castro people, but it has never spoken publicly on the matter. A link to the story (in Spanish) is here:

    http://baracuteycubano.blogspot.fr/2012/04/maria-c-werlau-el-silencio-del-vaticano.html

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