Cuban dictatorship summons 3-year-old daughter of political prisoner for interrogation

In communist Cuba, the Castro dictatorship has no qualms in abusing even toddlers to go after their “counterrevolutionary” parents. When they tell you the left is coming for your children, believe them.

Via CiberCuba (my translation):

State Security summons 3-year-old daughter of political prisoner Idael Naranjo

Leadi Kataleya Naranjo, the 3-year-old daughter of political prisoner Idael Naranjo Pérez, has been summoned by State Security.

Her mother, Yunisleydis Rillos Pao, stated in a video shared by activist Marcel Valdés that the girl has been summoned by State Security to appear next Tuesday at the Capri police station.

“The summons doesn’t specify what it’s for, but it mentions that in case the girl doesn’t appear, she will either be fined or charged with disobedience. She’s a three-year-old girl. I want to wait until tomorrow, and when I have more information, I’ll let you know what it’s about,” she added.

The non-governmental organization Prisoners Defenders explained that “the summons leaves no doubt and includes both names, surname, and the address of the paternal grandmother, where the summons was delivered. The grandmother has also been summoned and threatened with charges of disobedience.”

Idael Guerra Naranjo, 33, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for his participation in the protests on July 11, 2021, in the La Güinera neighborhood.

Yunisleydis’ brother, Yerandis Rillos, is also in prison due to his involvement in the protest, Valdés specifies.

“This is something indescribable. The regime doing this is further evidence they don’t respect human rights, that they are a dictatorship, and that they are willing to do whatever it takes to silence all Cubans who oppose communism,” laments the activist.

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