| Jul 22 2014
Two years ago the Castro regime murdered Oswaldo Payá and Harold Cepero. These two men had devoted their lives to bringing freedom and democracy to Cuba, only to be fatally run off the road as they drove on a Cuban highway - a plot orchestrated by the regime which they attempted to cover up.
We have seen too many instances like this of regime aggression and murder that goes unpunished. At every turn, foreign governments and international bodies like the OAS and UN have been stymied in their attempts to investigate this crime.
The U.S. government and the international community must continue pushing for the Cuban regime to allow an impartial, third party investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of Oswaldo and Harold.
Since a Spanish citizen was with them and survived the car crash, it is incumbent on the Spanish government to hold the Cuban regime accountable for endangering one of their citizens and for their subsequent attempts to silence him as a witness.
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