Pro-democracy leader in Cuba missing after home raided by State Security forces of Obama-backed apartheid regime

As we near the one-year anniversary of Obama’s policy of appeasement and surrender to Cuba’s apartheid Castro regime, we continue to see the rotten fruits of the president’s Hope and Change approach.

Via Capitol Hill Cubans:

Cuban Special Forces Assault Home of Democracy Leader, Remains Missing

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Beltran Gamboa is on the center-right wearing a black shirt.

At 5 a.m. yesterday, Cuban special forces assaulted the home of democracy leader, Yoandris Beltran Gamboa, confiscated his belongings and arrested him.

Beltran Gamboa is the coordinator of the Cuban Patriotic Union (UNPACU) in the eastern city of Guantanamo.

Among the items confiscated from his home were a computer, flash drives, picture camera and cell phones.

His parents, siblings and children were all present during the attack, and were consequently injured. His mother had to be subsequently hospitalized.

On Sunday, Beltran Gamboa had been brutally beaten for participating in a peaceful protest, as part of the #TodosMarchamos campaign.

He remains unaccounted for since yesterday’s arrest.

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