Cuban dissident leader Martha Beatriz Roque Cabello had announced her participation to a silent sit-in in the town of Camaguey, in order to show solidarity to the wife of a prisoner of conscience who’s demanding Habeas Corpus for her husband. Martha got another harassing phone call from an official of the State Security who this time provocatively asked her how much Bush pays her. She bravely answered: “The same you get from Chavez for keeping things as they’re.[..] I tell you something: we’re doing our activities for the Cuban people you hate”. You can listen to her voice report, including a few seconds of that conversation she recorded, here.
Here are photos of the sit-in in Camaguey (click to enlarge)
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