Librarians Convicted of Being "Dangerous"

NEW YORK, May 6, 2005 (Friends of Cuban Libraries) - Sensitive to growing
international concern over reports of human rights violations, in late April the
government of President Fidel Castro conducted a secret trial of two Cuban
librarians and sentenced them to prison on a charge of "dangerousness."

Che Guevara's Grandson Breaks with Castro, Endorses Uncensored Libraries

STOCKHOLM, April 26, 2005 ( - "You enjoy a privileged
position...," writes Canek Sanchez Guevara in an article addressed to another
child of Cuban government officials, "and you must have noticed the obsession [in
today's Cuba] with surveillance, control, repression, etc. And freedom is
something entirely different."

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