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    Re: Who killed Cuban dissident Oswaldo Payá?

    The “accidental” death of Oswaldo Paya, a true leader, is a classic case of state murder. This is criminal state where its security apparatus is running wild. The Castros are old men near the end of the rope, but it would be much sweeter to see them deposed and repudiated before they go. They deserve a Gaddafi and Ceausescu type of end.

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    Re: Who killed Cuban dissident Oswaldo Payá?

    Oswaldo Paya is not the first and unfortunately will not be the last victim of the Castroit regime. The “Cuba Archive” has an ongoing report about the female victims of the Castroit regime. Until 2003 the number of death stands at 216. Link:
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    We cannot forget the thousands of Cubans that without due process have been executed, imprisoned, perishing trying to escape in make shift rafts, forced into exile, since the reign of terror of the Castro brothers started 53 years ago.

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    Re: Who killed Cuban dissident Oswaldo Payá?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sandokan View Post
    The “accidental” death of Oswaldo Paya, a true leader, is a classic case of state murder. This is criminal state where its security apparatus is running wild. The Castros are old men near the end of the rope, but it would be much sweeter to see them deposed and repudiated before they go. They deserve a Gaddafi and Ceausescu type of end.
    Cuba is freer and more democratic than the US fascist corpocracy

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    Re: Who killed Cuban dissident Oswaldo Payá?

    Change, unless it comes from the top, requires external support to hasten a transition to a free society. The time is ripe for the freedom lovers Cubans, in and out of the island, to prepare the conditions for the coming upraising against the Castros’ tyrannical military regime.

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    Re: Who killed Cuban dissident Oswaldo Payá?

    SENATE HONORS CUBAN DISSIDENT OSWALDO PAYÁ, CALLS FOR IMPARTIAL THIRD PARTY INVESTIGATION INTO DEATH
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Senate Honors Cuban Dissident Oswaldo Payá, Calls For Impartial Third Party Investigation Into Death | Babalú Blog

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    Wednesday, August 1, 2012

    Washington, D.C. – The U.S. Senate unanimously approved S. RES. 525, a resolution honoring the life and legacy of Cuban dissident Oswaldo Payá, who died in a July 22 car crash in Cuba. The resolution was introduced by Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL), Bob Menendez (D-NJ) and Bill Nelson (D-FL).

    According to the resolution, “The Senate recognizes and honors the life and exemplary leadership of Oswaldo Payá, offers heartfelt condolences to the family, friends, and loved ones of Oswaldo Payá and praises the bravery of Oswaldo Payá and his colleagues for collecting over 11,000 verified signatures in support of the Varela Project.” The resolution then “calls on the Cuban Government to allow an impartial, third party investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of Oswaldo Payá” and “condemns the Cuban government for the detention of nearly 50 pro-democracy activists following the memorial service for Oswaldo Payá.”

    Following the resolution’s passage, Rubio said, “Oswaldo Payá’s death is a tragedy for his family as well as the Cuban people and those of us who want to see a free and democratic Cuba. It’s important that the U.S. Senate speak with one voice and join the international community and others inside Cuba insisting that the regime be forthcoming with the truth about his death.”
    The Senate knows there won't be any such investigation, but it is a nice gesture.

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    Re: Who killed Cuban dissident Oswaldo Payá?

    Payás death leaves leadership gap in Cuba dissident movement thats hard to fillPayá’s death leaves leadership gap in Cuba dissident movement that’s hard to fill - Cuba - MiamiHerald.com

    Oswaldo Payá, unquestionably the most centrist of Cuba’s opposition leaders, was also one of the movement’s giants.

    By Juan O. Tamayo
    jtamayo@ElNuevoHerald.com

    The death of Oswaldo Payá has left a gap in the moderate heart of the Cuban dissident movement, which has tried for decades to figure out the most effective way to confront the communist system and push for democracy.

    Payá was unquestionably the most centrist of Cuba’s opposition leaders, a profoundly Catholic activist who believed in reconciliation and dialogue, tried to change the system with its own rules and rejected both Fidel Castro and the U.S. embargo.

    He was also the first opposition figure to try to mobilize the Cuban streets for change, while others focused on seeking political freedoms, establishing civil society groups or recording and denouncing human rights abuses.

    “His death was truly an irreparable loss, because he was the most notable figure of the internal resistance,” Havana human rights activist Elizardo Sánchez Santa Cruz said of the 60-year-old Payá, killed Sunday in a disputed car crash.
    The regime report cited three Campesinos (countrymen) witnesses, two of them riding bicycles, who gave details about the performance of an automobile on a dirt and gravel road as if they were expert test drivers, when probably neither may have ever driven a car before. It is very probable that the regime State Security personnel intimidated these witnesses to provide such information. Two week before Paya reported a previous incident when he and his wife were subject to an assault by another vehicle in a similar accident when driving in his personal VW van in Havana. Obviously that incident was a warning from the regime.

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    Re: Who killed Cuban dissident Oswaldo Payá?

    So for now it is a tragic one car accident caused by an inexperienced driver on a superbly marked road under construction (having driven tens of thousands of kilometers on Cuban roads, this is unbelievable!), who applied the brakes too strongly to slow his speeding car down, causing the car to leave the roadway.

    It just so happened to impact a very small tree-which shows No damage- in such a way as to severely injure the two Cuban Dissidents in the back seat to the point of Death, while not harming the two foreigners in the front seat at all.

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    Re: Who killed Cuban dissident Oswaldo Payá?

    Over a week ego two young democratic European traveled to Dr. Castro’s island to meet with the peaceful dissidents and help them in their struggle for freedom and democracy. After the tragic “accident” where Payá and Harold Cepero were kill, they were held incommunicado by the Castroit regime State Security. On July 30 the regime State Security summoned the international journalists to a news conference showing them a video where Carromero and Modig “confessed” and “apologized” to the Castroit tyrannical regime. Modig was allowed to leave, and Carromero has been charged with vehicular manslaughter, and will remain hostage for security, since “The Swede can’t speak freely because his friend is still prisoner in Cuba."

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    For sure it will be very interesting how the Spanish government will react when Carromero is found guilty and sentence to many years in prison considering their many investments in the island. Unlike the American hostage Allan Gross that has spend several year in the Castroit gulag, and the Obama administration hasn’t taken concrete action to obtain his release.

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    Re: Who killed Cuban dissident Oswaldo Payá?

    Opinion: What Really Happened to Cuban Dissident Oswaldo Payá?
    Opinion: What Really Happened to Cuban Dissident Oswaldo Payá? | Fox News Latino

    Roger Noriega
    Published August 01, 2012



    What kind of regime could be suspected of engineering a car accident to kill an opponent? The kind that made a “criminal” out of a man like Oswaldo Payá.

    This weekend, the widow of Cuban dissident Oswaldo Payá rejected the Castro regime’s assertion that the July 22nd automobile crash that claimed her husband’s life was the result of reckless driving.

    After hearing of Payá’s untimely death, his family members explained that he received persistent threats during two decades of political opposition.

    Their suspicions were raised in the week after the incident because Cuban authorities had detained two European pro-democracy activists who were in the car during the crash that killed Paya and a Cuban colleague, Harold Cepero Escalante.
    Castros’ tyranny has no moral right to criticize, as the Castro brothers and accomplices before 1959 received weapons and money from foreign hands for decades and then received help of billions of dollars a year from the Soviet Union and other socialist countries to sustain its de facto regime imposed January 1, 1959.

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