36 Cuban judges and prosecutors behind long prison sentences for protesters have been identified

From left to right: Prosecutors Alexis Almeida Vilaplana and Susdinay Acosta Fátima, and judge Yojanier Sierra Infante

From our Smug Repressors Bureau

Who are the cretins responsible for those long prison sentences doled out to July 11 protestors?

Take a look. Some remain in the shadows, but now we know who some of them are.

Can’t help but observe that all three of the cretins in the photos above look really, really smug. And none of them seem to be Afro-Cubans (as were the vast majority of those they sent to prison).

Black lives matter! BUT NOT IN CUBA !

From CiberCuba

The legal NGOs Cubalex and Justicia 11 have been able to identify 36 judges and prosecutors who participated in trials against protesters on July 11, in Havana, in a post on Facebook, which is still open to new names and photos of repressors.

Cubalex is a non-profit association of jurists that defends and promotes human rights through national and international law, as a form of social transformation to achieve the restoration of democracy and the rule of law in Cuba.

Justice 11 is a working group on politically motivated detentions in Cuba.

For the list of names go HERE to CiberCuba or go HERE to Cubalex’s Facebook page (look for post on March 17)