Castro’s Government Follows Joe Biden’s Lead — Sentences 128 Opposition Protesters to Prison for 4 to 30 Years
The Castro Communists followed Joe Biden’s lead and sentenced opposition protesters to prison for 4 to 30 years.
The Biden regime arrested over 700 Americans and opposition party members in connection with the events on January 6, 2021. 80% of those arrested walked through the open doors into the US Capitol. For their crimes Joe Biden, AG Merrick Garland and the FBI sent out armed agents to terrorize these Trump supporters in their homes across America.
Dozens of these protesters are rotting in prison today without trials and without any human rights. A vast majority of them are facing made-up charges by the regime in order to ensure a long prison sentence.
Catro’s Communist regime in Cuba is now copying the US.
The Cuban regime recently sentenced 128 opposition protesters to prison for 4 to 30 years.
ABC International reported:
The People’s Provincial Court (TSP) of Havana sentenced 128 demonstrators on July 11 (11-J) of last year to sentences ranging between 4 and 30 years in prison, for “committing and provoking serious disturbances and vandalism , with the purpose of destabilizing public order, collective security and citizen tranquility”, specifically accused of the alleged crimes of theft and sedition , while one was acquitted, according to what the institution announced through a press release.
The trials were held between December 14, 2021 and February 3, 2022; Those implicated are all residents of the towns of Esquina de Toyo, in the municipality of Diez de Octubre, and the district of La Güinera, in the municipality of Arroyo Naranjo, both in Havana.
These two locations were where the clashes between protesters and authorities were more aggressive. In Toyo, for example, in response to the repression, residents came to overturn patrol cars or police cars; In the case of La Güinera, on July 12 the protests, which reached the police station of that town – which, according to the authorities, was intended to be taken over – culminated in the death of Diubis Laurencio as a result of a gunshot, by the back, of a policeman who is still unknown if he has responded to justice for it. Although this is the only fatality recognized by the regime, dozens of injuries have been reported throughout the country, even from the impact of bullets coming only from the authorities, since the people are unarmed.