Two of the most recent examples, via CubaNet:
Dissidents Warned To Lie Low During Anniversary
HOLGUIN, Cuba – July 24 (Liannis Meriño Aguilera, Jóvenes sin Censura /
www.cubanet.org) – Dissidents in Bayamo, in the eastern Cuban province
of Granma, report they have been warned by State Security officials
they would be jailed "immediately" for any activities carried out during
the official celebration of the anniversary of Castro's revolution July
Francisco Juan Reyes, a labor activist, and Gabriel Díaz, member of a
youth organization, said they and other anti-government activists
had been visited at home by State Security captain Julio César Sánchez,
who warned them that any activity or even the apparition of
anti-government graffiti during the festivities would result in their
being automatically apprehended.
This year, Bayamo has been selected to be the official site of the
celebration, with the possible appearance of Castro himself.
Police Warn Former Political Prisoner
HAVANA, Cuba – July 24 (José Antonio Fornaris, Cuba-Verdad /
www.cubanet.org) – Former political prisoner José Manuel Pereira said he was
called in by police and promised he would get four years in prison if he
attempted to leave the country "by irregular means."
Pereira said a State Security officer who calls himself Mario told him
that no one who participated in activities in opposition to
the government would be allowed to leave the country. Then,
Pereira said, the official added: "And if you attempt to leave the country
illegally you'll go to prison for four years."
Pereira said the officer also warned him that he would have to rein in
his wife, Gloria González, who has been participating in activities in
support of the Ladies in White, a group consisting mostly of the wives
and mothers of those sentenced to long prison terms in the
Spring of 2003. González herself is pregnant.
Pereira was in prison during most of 2002 and 2003 but was never tried.
He is a member of the Andrei Sacharov Party for Human Rights.