Cuban state media have reported that this past Sunday near the town of Bayamo there was a traffic crash in which two people were killed.
The world knows that one of the fatalities was Oswaldo Paya, one of Cuba's most prominent dissidents.
But as for in Cuba, the communist press, which is just another part of the Castro dictatorship, has fallen far short of reporting on the significance of Paya and his death, and questions about how the crash exactly happened.
Some Cubans are not putting up with such shoddy reporting.
The independent CIHPRESS news agency is reporting that several dissidents were arrested Monday evening when they went to the offices of state-run Radio Bayamo to demand that it report on the significance of Paya's life and death.
Those arrested included Annia Peralta, Marelis Fonseca, Emiliano González, Yoandri Gutiérrez, Roberto Rodríguez and Yadier Blanco.
Gutiérrez, who was released Tuesday evening, explained what the demonstrators were seeking.
"We were only demanding that this station report to the people who Orlando Zapata was, for they have mentioned his name in the press without describing the importance of this great political figure," Gutiérrez said.