The horror stories emerging from Cuba today, from Colon to Santa Clara to Holguin, on the 13th consecutive Sunday of especially brutal repression by the Castro dictatorship against its peaceful opponents, are too many to count.
Guillermo Farinas, a past recepient of Europe's most prestigious human rights award, beaten in Santa Clara, blood spilling from his head as he's taken away by the secret police.
Berta Soler, leader of the Damas De Blanco, or "Ladies In White," Cuba's most successful opposition group, choked as she is arrested.
And in the most chilling example of how low the regime will go, government goons dressed in the Damas' trademark white clothing, attacked the Ladies In White outside a church as they left Mass.
Numerous activists -- and their supporters on the island and overseas -- as they have the past dozen Sundays, took to Twitter to report on the latest outrages.
Please read and spread the word, so that they, and the regime in Havana, know that they are not alone.