Cuban dissident family tortured and threatened by Castro State Security

A courageous dissident family in communist Cuba were arrested and tortured by communist Cuba’s State Security thugs. This is socialism in action.

Via Periodico Cubano (my translation):

Miranda Leyva siblings were victims of torture and threats during their detention

The Miranda Levya siblings were once again victims of police violence for a public protest demanding the return of their home, which they were evicted from 10 months ago.

CubaNet reports agents from the National Revolutionary Police (PNR) arrested Fidel Manuel Batista Leyva, Ada Iris, and Ana Iris Miranda Leyva on June 16 for carrying out a protest on Maceo street in the city of Holguin.

The three were transported to the Crimes Against State Security Unit where they were held for 72 hours and subjected to torture, humiliation, and threats. In response to the abuse, all three engaged in a hunger strike during that time.

Fidel Batista told the independent news outlet that he was beaten by police after he was tied up in a “figure eight” and ended up bloodied.

The siblings are demanding the return of their family home since the living quarters the government assigned to them is inhospitable without electricity or running water and it doesn’t even have doors or windows.

“I told them to give that house to Diaz-Canel, that he’s the one who deserves it for keeping the people immersed in disgrace,” their mother Mayoldis Leyva Portelles told CubaNet.

Continue reading (in Spanish) HERE.

1 thought on “Cuban dissident family tortured and threatened by Castro State Security”

  1. And no (in case anyone was wondering), the usual suspects still do NOT care about human rights abuses in Cuba, despite their exhibitionistic virtue signaling–which is pure and utter bullshit.

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