Families of jailed Cuban protesters blocked from meeting US officials to discuss “humanitarian measures” met with police today and were eventually stopped by anti-riot police, after dozens of anti-US protesters were shot and wounded outside the Cuban embassy in Havana.
The protest began when two brothers were arrested for trying to cross the border into the US and were being illegally detained by Cuban authorities. They were in good health when they were arrested. Today, family members of those arrested are trying to meet with US officials in the hope that the US government will be responsible for their release.
The family has been blocked from meeting with officials from the US embassy in Havana. The family were planning to see a doctor for the first time in an attempt to get legal aid. These are the protests that the families have been blocked from visiting for the past 6 days.
Protesters in Cuba are demanding the release of six people who were illegally detained in Cuba. The men and women were arrested for trying to enter the United States. The six were arrested by Cuban police with no warning or explanation given to them about their arrest. The six were in good health and only gave a brief explanation about what happened when they were arrested, it was over their arrest that they were in good health.
Family members of six Cubans who crossed the borders and tried to enter the United States were brutally attacked and threatened by Cuban police. They were detained in a hospital, beaten, threatened with jail and told they wouldn’t be allowed to leave the hospital. The six were released after their lawyers got them out of the hospital.
Police in Havana told the six men that they were committing a crime and would be arrested. After being released one man said that while waiting for his release Cuban police came to his house on several occasions threatening him.
On Friday, two brothers were arrested for trying to cross the border from Cuba into the US and were being illegally detained by Cuban officials. They were in good health when they were arrested and despite an attempt by Cuba to free them, they were refused.
Today, family members of those arrested, along with other family members of those who have been arrested for crossing the border into the US are trying to meet with US officials to discuss with them the situation of the six Cubans who where arrested and to discuss what actions the