Cuban dissident Berta Soler arrested, fined for the 24th Sunday in a row

From our Bureau of Socialist Tolerance, Compassion, and Social Justice

Aaaah, the beauty of socialist totalitarianism. Such a strong commitment to repression, such attention to the slightest display of displeasure or disagreement. Castro, Inc.’s dedication to keeping socialism uncontested is so admirable, in fact, that it has just been awarded a great prize for being the most vigilant country in the Western hemisphere.

This explains why Berta Soler has been arrested every Sunday for the past 24 weeks. This time she was imprisoned overnight and slapped with a fine for disorder and disrespect.

Disrespect. Yes, how dare she disrespect the wondrous dictatorship that garners praise from leftists around the globe. How dare she disrespect a regime that supports the Black Lives Matter movement.

Loosely translated from Periodico Cubano

The Cuban activist and leader of the Ladies in White, Berta Soler, was released during the early hours of this Monday, after being arrested on Sunday by members of the Castro regime, but not before being fined.

This is how oppositionist Ángel Moya Acosta refers on his Facebook profile, who indicated that Soler’s release took place around 5:30 in the morning on public roads and near the headquarters of the opposition movement.

According to Moya, who is also Berta’s husband, this arrest is the 24th in a row, which occurs on Sundays against the Cuban opponent.

“Paramilitary repressors by order of State Security arrest Berta Soler Fernández, leader of the Ladies in White, as she leaves the organization’s headquarters located in Lawton-Havana. The arrest was executed around 12 noon today, Sunday, September 18, ”she denounced in networks.

Similarly, she shared a video in which the leader of the Ladies in White is seen with a sign that says: “Do not vote for the Family Code”, while shouting slogans in favor of the freedom of political prisoners.

After being detained by State Security, Berta was taken to the San Miguel del Padrón police unit, where she was kept in a cell all the time.

Similarly, the former political prisoner denounced that his wife was fined, and she was accused of false crimes, as the regime usually does.

“In the aforementioned place, they confined her to a cell and before being released she was fined 50 pesos, supposedly, for public disorder,” reads the complaint.

Whole story HERE in Spanish

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