Y PENSAR QUE A ÉL LO AMNISTIARON DESPUÉS
DE ATACAR EL CUARTEL MONCADA DONDE
CAUSÓ TANTAS MUERTES.
Lamento enviar algo tan dramático pero me parece una información gráfica impresionante.
The Infamous Firing SquadThousands of Cubans have died in front of Castro's infamous firing squad.
There was no discrimination, as far as the firing squad was concerned.
Young and old, black and white, rich and poor were sent to 'el paredón' (the wall).
Many of those who helped Castro gain power, like Comandantes
Ernesto Sori Marin and William Morgan, an American, were among the
thousands who were shot.
Click here to see a video of the firing squad murder of
Col. Cornelio Rojas.
Here are some of the gruesome photos.
Fidel Castro questioning a Cuban farmer who was later executed.
The woman behind Castro is Celia Sánchez and sitting next to him is Camilo Cienfuegos.
Even before the triumph of the Revolution, Castro and his gang were prone
to murder those who disagreed with them.
In the photo below, taken while still in the Sierra Maestra mountains,
Fidel Castro's brother, Raul, is seen getting ready to shoot a young rebel
soldier who disobeyed orders.
And more than fifty years after the above photo was taken, Castro and his gang
of murderers continue to send to the firing squad, those Cubans who oppose
his betrayal of the Revolution.
The three photos above show two prisoners being shot by Castro's rebel forces
in the Sierra Maestra mountains.
Castro's reign of brutality began over 50 years ago, and it still continues today.
Priests Juan Miguel Aldaz and Jose Luis Garrigoitia, pray with prisoner
Ramon Reytor, minutes before he was executed in the town of Manzanillo, Oriente province.
Fathers Aldaz and Garrigoitia with the prisoners moments before they were murdered.
Prisoners were taken to the town cemetery and they would have to wait in line
and witness the other executions, before they themselves were shot.
The Cuban Memorial displayed at Tamiami Park, Miami, Florida: Each cross
bears the name of a victim of Castro's genocide against the Cuban people
Why is the entire World blind to a half century of Castro's Crimes?
Why is it that very few people seem to care about Castro's genocide
against the Cuban people?