Cuba’s Castro regime has 1,027 political prisoners currently languishing in its gulags, among them 34 minors. And the international community seems perfectly fine with that.
From November 1, 2021, to October 31, 2022, a total of 1,199 individuals have been imprisoned for political reasons in Cuba, according to the most recent report from the NGO Prisoners Defenders.
As of October 31, 2022, the Cuban regime has 1,027 political prisoners and prisoners of conscience serving prison sentences or by order of prosecutors with no judicial review whatsoever. Prisoners Defenders documented the number as 743 convicts of conscience, 255 imprisoned over conscience, and 26 other political prisoners.
Among them, 34 are minors (29 boys and 5 girls), with 26 serving sentences and the other 8 awaiting sentencing.
That the communist Castro dictatorship is holding over 1,000 political prisoners with no international outcry is appalling. That the silence continues while children are among those imprisoned is reprehensible.
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Of course they’re fine with that. They’ve been fine with worse, for ages. They absolutely stink on ice.
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