Five of the minor demonstrators, imprisoned for participating in the July 11 protests in La Güinera and Toyo’s Corner, were releasedrelatives and activists confirmed this Friday to CyberCuba.
The initial confirmation was given to the Justice 11-J organization by the adolescents’ own mothers, who are leaving prison after long months of confinement through the cassation processan extraordinary appeal that aims to annul a court ruling.
The minors released to date are Yensy Jorge Machado Gonzalez18 years old, with a tax petition of 15 years and a sentence of 7; Frank Daniel Roy Sotolongo19 years old, with a prosecutor request of 15 and a sentence of 9 years; Marcos Antonio Alfonso Breto19 years old, with a prosecutor request of 15 and sentence of 9 and Emiyoslan Roman Rodriguez, 18 years old, with a prosecutor request of 15 and a sentence of 7; according to the compilation of the journalist Darcy Borrego, a member of Justicia 11-J.
Initially, the release of protester Marlon Brandon Díaz, 20, had been reported, but his mother later denied the news.
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