Cuban television producer released from jail

Posted on December 3, 2012 • Filed under: Crime, Cuba, Human Rights Latin America

After 19 days in a Cuban jail, Antonio Rodiles, the Cuba-based independent producer of the Emmy-nominated TV Martí program Estado de SATS, is a free man. Charges of “resisting authority” were dropped after the prominent opposition leader paid a nominal fine on Nov. 26. “(My arrest)has made me feel stronger about the mission for Cuba’s future; it is certainly not a deterrent in what I want for Cuba,” Rodiles said in an interview with the Martís shortly after his release. Read Article

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