A Cuban pastor who went out and supported his congregation and the people in their desperate cry for freedom on July 11 is sentenced to 7 years in a Castro gulag. This is socialism in action.
Pastor from Santiago de Cuba is sentenced to 7 years in prison for participating in the July 11 protests
Pastor Lorenzo Rosales was sentenced to seven years in prison for accompanying protesters who participated in the July 11 protests in the town of Palma Soriano, Santiago de Cuba.
The clergyman was notified of his sentence, which has been criticized by dozens of his followers and friends on social media.
His wife, Maridilegris Carballo, said on Facebook that the judicial system in Cuba did as was expected and that “no justice can be done by those who have turned their backs on God,” referring to the regime.
“My love, today you are more free than ever,” she said.
Cuban authorities were seeking a 10-year sentence for Pastor Lorenzo Rosales, who was arrested while he participated in the anti-government protests in Palma Soriano, the second city where protests broke out on July 11 after San Antonio de los Baños.
The religious leader faced charges for the crimes of instigation to commit a crime, contempt, and assault.
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