From our Bureau of Socialist Compassion and Social Justice with some assistance from our Bureau of Socialist Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity
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The food in Castro, Inc.’s prisons has always been atrocious, even dangerous. But now with extreme food shortages plaguing the island, the situation has gotten much worse inside its dungeons.
Loosely translated from Cubanos Por El Mundo
Complaints continue to arrive from the island’s prisons. This time, the type of “food” that political prisoners receive in the Quivicán prison came to light, who already have to endure cruel mistreatment by the prison thugs as well as having to eat garbage every day.
According to a Facebook post by activist Marcel Valdés (which was accompanied by images of these foods), the inmates of that prison receive completely damaged rice and a liquid that, despite being observed hundreds of times, cannot be identified.
As if that were not enough, the inmates of the Quivicán prison are not satisfied with having to eat this “food”, which does not supply them with a sufficient ration of food to satisfy their hunger.
But that is not all, since the prison authorities prohibited the detainees – including hundreds of political prisoners – from receiving food from their family members, so they were practically forced to risk their lives, introducing horrendous things into their bodies.
“Pay attention to the food they give to the prisoners in the Quivicán prison. They managed to get this evidence out to show it to the world. Spoiled rice and a liquid that could not be identified what it is, they only tell me that it smells horrible, in addition to the small amount they are served. To this we add that they were prohibited from receiving food prepared at home such as: rice, beans, meat, etc. “, Valdés specified.
This situation occurs in practically every one of the prisons throughout the territory, with some political prisoners who are experiencing hell firsthand without having done anything wrong to deserve to be in a dungeon.