03/31/2009Some are held captive in tiny, windowless cells; others are confined in over-crowded and squalid dormitories. Most go without basic health care and food staples; a few undergo regular beatings. All are denied basic religious freedoms, and none has been visited by members of the International Red Cross. Such is life for “enemies of the state” imprisoned in Cuba.
We will excuse you if you think we are writing about terrorist suspects imprisoned at the Guantánamo Bay detention facility. We are not............"Shocking Tale of Cuban Prisons"