Skip to comments.Man (shouting: down with Communism”) arrested in Santiago de Cuba during Pope’s first mass
Posted on 03/27/2012 2:09:34 PM PDT by Milagros
Channel: Latin American Affairs
As Pope Benedict XVI got ready to deliver his first mass in Santiago de Cuba to tens of thousands of people on Monday, a man in the crowd burst out yelling down with Communism and theres no freedom in Cuba.
Univisions cameras caught the moment as the man was whisked away from the plaza by plain clothes security agents.
He was subsequently beaten with a stretcher by another man wearing a Red Cross vest, prompting speculation on whether this man was falsely using the Red Crosss insignia.
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How dare this man insult Obama!
>>He was subsequently beaten with a stretcher by another man wearing a Red Cross vest, prompting speculation on whether this man was falsely using the Red Crosss insignia.
Some guy gets the snot kicked out of him, and they’re worried about copyright infringement?
Obama’s security forces seem pretty upset by this outburst.
In North Korea this guy would have been publicly executed by now and his extended family for 3 generations (including any children) sent to the concentration camps, where life expectency is very very short.
I suspect this Red Cross ‘agent” is indeed a Communist agent. Just as the shi-tty Palestinian FAKESTINIANS use Red Cross against Israel.
I suspect so too. As a Catholic, on one hand I don’t believe he should have yelled during the Mass. On the other hand, I can see him wanting to reach the Pope, others in the crowd, and TV cameras with his message and had to find a time when people were quiet to do so, hence during the Mass. I wonder what will happen to that poor man. As GeronL said, we know what would happen in North Korea. Does anyone know what the typical punishment would be in Cuba for public detractors?
Prison for 20 years and daily beatings.
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