Today 26 May at 5 pm Eastern Time, Cuban political ex-prisoners will expose horrors of Castro regime’s Kilo 8 prison

This Tuesday, May 26, at 5 pm Eastern Time, a group of Cuban political ex-prisoners, convicted in the Black Spring of 2003, will denounce the terrible conditions of the Kilo 8 prison in Camagüey.

The event organized by the Cuban Observatory for Human Rights, based in Spain, has the participation of the director of this institution, the political ex-prisoner Alejandro González Raga, the leader of the Patriotic Union of Cuba José Daniel Ferrer and Omar Rodríguez Saludes, director from the independent agency Nueva Prensa, who was arrested in the Spring of 2003 and sentenced to 27 years in prison.

The conversation can be followed from five in the afternoon on social networks, mainly from the Facebook account @observacuba.