Saturday, June 3, 2023

Mother of brothers imprisoned in 9/11 calls for their freedom

Marta Perdomo takes to the streets once again to demand the release of her sons Jorge and Nadir Martín Perdomo, sentenced to eight and six years in prison, respectively, for participating in demonstrations from Las Lajas to San Jose on July 11, 2021 Went. Maybakue.

“Like every Sunday, demanding the freedom of George and Nadir, I ask Israel Rojas if he doesn’t know a political prisoner, here I introduce two wonderful young people who have done only good for our nation, professionals , demanding change for parents,” wrote the woman on Facebook, addressing the leader of the Buena Fe Duo – sympathizers of the regime -, who said last week that she was not aware that There are political prisoners in Cuba.

“I, as a civil act before the church, with chimes, I ask for the freedom of my children and all political prisoners, tell me which mother does not ask for her children, and even more so when they are unjustified incarceration,” he said.

The brothers’ mother systematically pleads for justice for the young people and brings to the fore their human rights violations by accusing them of a false offense of public disorder and contempt in a simple trial last year.

George and Nadir, imprisoned in the Quivican prison, are supported by their relatives and independent institutions that demand their release.

In late September, the mother of political prisoners expressed her fears for the safety of one of her sons after the discovery of sharp and pointed objects that did not belong to their belongings.

The young man found a blade under the mattress and later an awl in his pocket.

Jorge Martin Perdomo confirmed in a letter sent from prison last year that he and his brother Nadir were deprived of their liberty because of their views “and not because they are violent.”

In the letter, he denounced that the trial against him and his brother had been rigged, that due process had not been followed and that the real reason for their respective sentences had more to do with their punishment as a protest against the Cuban regime than any violence. Is. ,

The United States government included them in what campaigned for their prisoners, and denounced sanctions against two civilians who simply protested in the streets against the Cuban regime and in compliance with the constitution.

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