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¡PROHIBIDO OLVIDAR! Se cumplieron 17 años del fusilamiento de los 3 jóvenes secu

¡PROHIBIDO OLVIDAR! Se cumplieron 17 años del fusilamiento de los 3 jóvenes secuestradores de la Lanchita de Regla.
Más de tres lustros han pasado desde que Lorenzo Enrique Copello, Bárbaro Leodán Sevilla García y Jorge Luis Martínez Isaac fueran condenados a muerte por fusilamiento por el secuestro de la lancha «Baraguá», conocida popularmente en Cuba como la Lanchita de Regla. En una entrevista cedida al programa Hoy en Cuba, de Radio Martí, Ramona Copello, madre de uno de los tres jóvenes asesinados por el régimen cubano, aseguró que al conocer la noticia le dijeron que no se preocupara, que la sentencia no estaba firmada aún. Recuerda que eso fue un jueves y el viernes le tocaron la… More
In an interview loaned to the program Today in Cuba, Radio Mart í, Ramona Copello, mother of one of the three young people killed by the Cuban regime, said that upon hearing the news they told him not to worry, that the sentence was not yet signed .. Remember that was on a Thursday and on Friday he was knocked on his door to tell him ′′ to go to the cemetery at ten o’clock in the morning, that my son was buried «. Young people shot weren’t the only ones who received the weight of the law. Maikel Delgado Aramburo, Harold Alcal á Aramburo, Yoanny Thomas Gonzalez and Ramon Henry Grillo received life sentence. The rest of the defendants were sentenced to between and years in prison. Wilmer Ledea Perez (30), Ana Rosa Ledea Rios (5), Yolanda Pozo Rizo (3) and Dania Rojas Gongora (2). In his dialogue with the Miami press, Lorenzo Enrique Copello’s mother, recalled that he had no right to see the body. Everything went so fast that in just nine days he was already attending his son’s burial, remember this woman residing today in Jacksonville, Florida State of America The testimony of the defendant’s daughter was also known. From Havana, Yanisleidis Copello Rodriguez, tells how his mom got sick on her nerves ′′ since my dad was shot, so young, thirty-one years old «. The broken voice of a young woman who was only eleven at the time shows that she was only eleven years old that the wound is not yet closed and the pain remains intact. It was April 2003 and Cuba’s political and social context was not encouraging. There was a tense atmosphere with Spring black, which sentenced 75 dissidents to high jail terms and put the well-known Gag Law on the legal landscape. Intellectuals from around the world condemned Fidel Castro’s regime for shooting the three young people, who were only trying to escape the country. The response of national artists, supporters of Cuban communism, stoked a debate that polarized the issue. A controversial signed letter, among others by: Omara Portuondo, Alicia Alonso, Roberto Fernandez Retamar, Miguel Barnet, Julio Garcia Espinosa (+), Leo Brouwer, Fina Garcia Marruz, Abelardo Estorino (+), Harold Gramatges (+), Roberto Fabelo, Alfredo Guevara (+), Pablo Armando Fernandez, Eusebio Leal , Octavio Cort ázar (+), Jose Loyola, Carlos Mart í, Raquel Revuelta (+), Nancy Morej ónn, Silvio Rodriguez, Senel Paz, Humberto Sol áss (+), Amaury Perez, Marta Valdes, Graziella Pogolotti, Chucho Valdes, Cesar Portillo de la Luz (+) ), Cintio Vitier (+). (+): Dead. There were writers Nancy Morej ónn, Senel Paz, Miguel Barnet and Roberto Fern ándndez Retamar, as well as Cuban National Ballet Director Alicia Alonso said: ′′ To defend itself, Cuba has been forced to take vigorous measures that it naturally did not want. He shouldn’t be judged by such measures by ripping them out of their context «. Fidel Castro came to say on TV that this was a ′′ tough, but a must-have ′′ measure. #ProhibidoOlvidar SOURCE: ·

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