When Alberto Naranjo Rodríguez was sent to prison last summer for 18 months after being convicted of being a "pre-criminal social danger," he did not go alone. Because of their own "social dangerousness," the Castro dictatorship also imprisoned six members of Suárez's family after they protested the farce that was Suárez's closed-to-the-public trial.
- Margarita Naranjo Rodríguez, who was sentenced to 4 years in prison.
- Diamelis Rodríguez Naranjo, who was sentenced to 4 years in prison.
- Lidier Suárez Bandom, who was sentenced to 18 months.
- Pedro Rodríguez Doscurro, who was sentenced to 3 years in prison.
- Jaziel Puerta Ruiz, who was sentenced to 2 years in prison.
- Liana Elena Bernal Rodríguez, who was sentenced to 4 years in prison.
Even by the dictatorship's own admission, none of these seven people actually committed a crime. It's just that in its infinite wisdom, the dictatorship found it neccessary to protect Cubans from these seven people because of the possibility they might commit a crime.
Of course, the only threat these seven freedom-loving Cubans pose, like hundreds of other Cubans jailed for being "pre-criminal social dangers," is to the dictatorship itself.