Saturday, August 20, 2011

Castro Let Tamayo to Die of Thirst


 On August 21, 2011, Sunday, Cuban exiles honored the memory of Orlando Zapata Tamayo, 43, who died in Castro's prison by thirst on February 23, 2010.

Orlando Zapata Tamayo was
let to die by thirst.
The Cuban Patriotic Junta organized the event, which took place at Stevenson Stake House, 5332 Stevens Place, City of Commerce. Orlando's mother, Reyna Luisa Tamayo, coming from Miami, attended the emotive occasion. 

Reyna Luisa was leader of "Damas de Blanco" in Cuba, who bravely and pacifically protest the Cuban tyranny on the streets. Her son Orlando was also an opponent to the Castro's regime and was arrested for "contempt" and sentenced to 40 years in prison. Being there, he denounced torture and deplorable conditions and went on a hunger strike. Then, the Castros ordered to cut off the supply of water to him, dying of thirst.

He was murdered!

How cruel these Communist beast are!

(See in this edition Fidel Castro admitting the fiasco of the Communist regime and his criminal background. Also, analysis of planning economic changes in Cuba.)