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    Re: Cuba’s bloggers are as sharp abroad as at home

    The regime change of the age of adulthood and criminal responsibility from 18 to 16 years, gave it the legal framework to send minors to the fire squad. The Cuban Archives had proved the execution by fired squad of 22 minors from 1959 to May 2004. How many more minors have been killed and will be killed by the sadistic Castroit tyrannical regime?

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    VICTIMS UNDER AGE 18 OF THE CASTRO REGIME IN CUBA

    Summary Report

    May 5, 2004 Truth Recovery Archive on Cuba. Reports – Cuba Archive

    DOCUMENTED DEATHS: 94

    FIRING SQUAD EXECUTIONS: 22

    EXTRAJUDICIAL ASSASSINATIONS: 32

    ASSASSINATED IN EXIT ATTEMPTS: 24

    MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE IN PRISON: 1

    ACCIDENTAL DEATHS - EXIT ATTEMPTS: 3

    KILLED IN COMBAT: 12

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    Re: Cuba’s bloggers are as sharp abroad as at home

    Hello? Hello?”
    https://generacionyen.wordpress.com/...3/hello-hello/

    Joani Sánchez


    Public telephones in Cuba (Silvia Corbelle)

    Generation Y, Yoani Sanchez, 13 March 2015 – She dialed the number and waited. Nothing, not a ring, not even a busy signal. She tried again and then got a woman’s voice telling her to wait on the line. After several minutes she realized it was a scam, but she’d already lost half the value of her prepaid card. Finally, she was able to connect, but her mother’s voice sounded as if she was speaking under water and she was barely able to say she was fine and that she missed her. The line was cut and her call to Cuba ended.

    Among the many dramas that play out because of emigration, in the case of Cuba we have to add the complications of communicating with the Island. We have the most expensive rates in the world for those who want to communicate with us, only comparable to countries at war or nations collapsed by some conflict. Cuban exiles have spent billions over these more than fifty years to talk to their families in their native land, resources subtracted from the hard work of opening a path to a new reality.
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    Prices of local and national and international long distance were raised January 1, 2014. According to data provided by the National Bureau of Statistics and Information, in 2012 the island had only 3,008,867 lines in operation, and 41% of the fixed telephone installs are obsolete.

    ETECSA, A Bankrupt Monopoly
    ETECSA, A Bankrupt Monopoly / Pablo Pascual Mendez Pina – Translating Cuba

    The Castroit regime has not even been able to double the capacity Cuba had in 1959, when there were eight landlines for every hundred residents and it ranked 14th in the world in terms of telephone coverage. Only 5% of Cubans has unrestricted access to the internet. Even Haiti has been able to extended mobile service close to 85% of the population in a very short period of time.

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    Re: Cuba’s bloggers are as sharp abroad as at home

    Telecom is no longer part of the ETECSA partnership, it is under the management of GAE, a business arm of the MINIT. ETECSA has become a military organization. The main reason for slowing the increase in capacity of the private phone service is the monitoring capabilities of the MINIT’ surveillance system, known as K1 and K2, which required a 100% surveillance capability.

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