HAVANA, Cuba. - During a march against impunity, held in the Argentinian city of Neuquén, a group of youngsters held up a flag in favor of the release from prison of the five Cuban heroes unfairly incarcerated in the United States.
The march recalled the third anniversary of the assassination of Carlos Fuentealba during a labor protest, at the hands of Jose Dario Poblete, a member of the South American nation’s Special Group of Police Operations.
During the commemoration, Santiago Vega, Pablo Fernandez and Alcides and Aldo Bonavitta, the Argentinians that made up the group that climbed the Aconcagua in January, used a flag with the logo that identifies the international campaign in favor of the release from prison of the five Cuban antiterrorists.
Sandra Rodriguez, Fuentealba’s widow, accompanied the demonstrators carrying the banner, demanding the release of Gerardo Hernandez, Ramon Labañino, Rene Gonzalez, Antonio Guerrero and Fernando Gonzalez.
Several union groups organized the march, demanding justice before the masterminds behind the crime committed on April 4, 2007.