Cuban opposition leader and U.S. Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient kidnapped by State Security

BREAKING NEWS: Cuban State Security ransacked the home of Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet yesterday and kidnapped the opposition leader. His whereabouts are currently unknown.

Marcell Felipe from the Inspire America Foundation has the report:

Castro’s State Security Kidnaps US Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet

Cuba’s State Security stormed the house of Dr Oscar Elias Biscet this morning and took him into away to an undisclosed location. The dictatorships thugs broke into the home and are conducting a search.

Dr Biscet was awarded the US Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2007 and was proposed as a Nobel Peace Prize candidate for his push for Non Violent change to democracy. He served 3 years in prison and after being released for 36 days was imprisoned for another 9 years before being released in 2012. Since his release his home is under constant surveillance by state security and after a trip to the United States in 2016 they have refused to renew his passport or allow him to travel overseas.

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