After reading about the "13 de marzo" Tugboat Massacre, which occurred July 13, 1994, you might consider that condemnation an understatement.
Why am and many other Cubans in exile and Cuban Americans so intransigent about our opposition to the Castro dictatorship, about our opposition to relaxing of the "embargo," about demanding that the regime be held to account for its many crimes?
It's because to deal with the Castro dictatorship is to deal with what at its very core, as was evident on the morning of July 13, 1994, is nothing but a band of killers.
To think any more of the regime, is to betray the memories of its victims.
For details of what happened and short bios on the 37 missing and presumed dead victims of the "13 de marzo" tugboat massacre, read the report from the Cuba Archive.