Two Venezuelan women who had just arrived at the Jose Martí International Airport in Havana this past Friday were barred from entering the country for attempting to bring in “new things” in their luggage. It is unknown what exactly those “new things” were, but obviously it was something the Castro dictatorship does not want in Cuba.
The women were told they would be put on the next flight back to Venezuela, but they would have to leave their luggage behind. The women were infuriated and demanded they get their luggage back, refusing to board a bus to take them to the airplane until it was returned to them.
At that point, as the video below shows, the Castro dictatorship did what it does best: violent brutality:
Golpiza en #Cuba a dos mujeres venezolanas que iban a ser devueltas a #Venezuela pero sin maletas, por contener estas "cosas nuevas". Los funcionarios cubanos las golpearon frente a la negativa de las mujeres de volver en el vuelo de Conviasa, sin su equipaje. SOSPECHOSO TODO…. pic.twitter.com/BLNa2GTfYJ
— Cristian Crespo F. (@cristiancrespoj) June 10, 2018