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As tens of thousands of victims could testify (at least those who were left alive) brutality has been as much a characteristic of Castro’s regime as economic failure, oppression and lies. You would think, however, that, these days, Castro’s thugs would have the sense to confine their violence to their home turf. Apparently not.

“After the United Nations Commission on Human Rights narrowly passed a resolution today [April 15] critical of Cuba, members of Cuba’s governmental delegation attacked Frank Calzon, executive director of the Washington-based Center for a Free Cuba.”

Wait, what am I saying? Those goons knew they would be safe:

“The attack took place inside the United Nations building in Geneva.”


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