On November 24, GLA network attorneys published a legal Opinion (Dictamen) that discusses how the National Revolutionary Police of Cuba are criminally responsible for violating the human rights of San Isidro Movement member Denis Solís González (pictured at left).
Cuba is a totalitarian police state that uses the color of law to project political legitimacy, yet Cuban officials systemically violate Cuban "laws and regulations." In this Dictamen, for example, lawyers working outside the state legal system detail violations of the fundamental rights of San Isidro Movement group member, Denis Solís González.
Violations include unlawful entry by the secret police to Mr. Solís's home, denying him the legal representation of his choice, denial of due process, abuse of police power, coercion, and multiple offenses against free thought and equality. You can read the full opinion below (the Cuban Lawyer's name who drafted the Dictamen was removed for his or her protection).
"Unfortunately this is a daily occurrence in socialist Cuba," said Jason Poblete, GLA President. "By supporting San Isidro Movement members the legal team in Cuba is helping sow seeds of justice and also shine a light on the abuse of their people by the Communist Party," Poblete added.