From our Bureau of Invisible Crime Waves in Latrine American Totalitarian Hellholes
The number of women being killed by their partners, husbands, ex-partners, and ex-husbands keeps increasing in Castrogonia. The government, as always, is not only ignoring this crisis, but denying that it exists.
The latest victim was murdered by her ex-partner in her own home. The ex-partner is an informant for the National Police.
Meanwhile, other crimes continue to increase too. In the city of Artemisa, a 72-year-old man was beheaded by robbers. In Las Tunas, where a 16-year-old boy was stabbed to death, the police are questioning over a dozen teenage suspects. In Havana, a woman who has been missing for eleven days is feared dead.
Loosely translated from Cubanos Por El Mundo
A femicide in Birán, the place where Defecator in Chief (Caga-Andante-en-Jefe) Fidel Castro was born 103 years ago, was confirmed by sources close to the victim. According to unofficial calculations, it would be the 66th number that occurs in Cuba, during 2023.
Cristina Ramírez Milián was tragically murdered last Wednesday, October 18, by her ex-partner in her own home.
The tragedy was confirmed by Miguel Hidalgo Ramírez and Leyani Gómez Ramírez, children of the victim.
Hidalgo Ramírez revealed that her mother lived under constant threat and harassment from her ex-partner, identified as an “informant” or “auxiliary” of the National Revolutionary Police (PNR).
Until October 17, gender violence statistics recorded 65 femicides, five attempted feminicides and two gender-related murders.
These figures represent under-recording, since in Cuba the total figures are not made transparent nor are the stories of the victims told.
The Castrocanelista regime avoids publicly addressing gender violence, and the dictator Miguel Díaz-Canel even stated that he was “exaggerating” to damage the image of the misgovernment.
The femicides reported in 2023 exceed those verified in 2022 by more than thirty. Despite this alarming trend, official pronouncements avoid addressing the issue.