Dr. Eduardo Cardet’s trial –which was set for Monday February 20 — has been postponed indefinitely.
His wife Yaimaris Vecino was informed of the postponement this past Friday night by the lawyer appointed to this case by the Castro regime.
“We don’t know when he’ll be tried,” said his wife.
Cardet has been in prison since November 30, when he was arrested and brutally beaten.
This is how the justice system works in Castrogonia. Justice is whatever the Castro regime deems just.
King Louis XIV of France was fond of saying “L’etat c’est moi‘ (‘I am the state’). King Raul loves to say that too, pronouncing it Letá se muá.
But one refrain is not enough for King Raul of Castrogonia. So he prefers to add another one: “La loi c’est moi” (I am the law)… or as Raul would most likely pronounce it, La luá se muá.
One can only assume that this trial postponement has something to do with the fuss raised over Cardet’s case by Amnesty International.
Pope Francis might be involved too. Cardet’s father sent a special plea to the Holy Father. But….don’t get your hopes up…. given Papa Che’s political leanings, it’s hard to imagine that he’s chastising King Raul for his naughtiness.
For the full story, go HERE to Marti Noticias.