Home of dissident attacked two days in a row
SANTA CLARA, Cuba, November 18 (Niurvys Díaz Remond, Cubanacán Press / www.cubanet.org) – Someone threw a six-pound steel object on the roof of the home of dissidient Julio César Montes Nerey, breaking one of the tiles.
Montes and his family said they believed the attacks, which occurred November 10 and 11, were the work of a government Rapid Response Brigade.
“It’s an act of terrorism and the second night in a row that our home is attacked while we sleep,” said Argelia Quintero Benítez, wife of Montes Nerey.
Montes Nerey is vice-coordinator of the Democratic Christian Movement of Cuba.