Note: Due to an editor by the writer, an earlier version of this post included incorrect information.
The very unofficial Cuban Commission on Human Rights and National Reconciliation on Tuesday reported there were at least 410 politically motivated arrests in Cuba in November.
That brings the the total for the year to 6,035. If the Castro regime continues its torrid pace of repression -- for the year, it has averaged 549 arrests per month -- it will easily surpass the total number of arrests in 2010 and 2011, combined.
Cubaencuentro.com has more on the commission's report.
You can read report, including details on each arrest, here.