Jama y Libertad.
I still have a few minutes to join my little corner of the web to the plea in favor of this simple man. And I will certainly do.
A self-declared alcoholic, Black Cuban who dared to be in the right place, at the right time, and asked for the simplest thing a human being can ask: food (jama, the slang term used by younger generations)
Meet Pánfilo (Juan Carlos González Marcos), the unlikeliest of Cuban political prisoners.
Penúltimos Días has info on a campaign that is being put together to try to get some aid to his elder mother. I, too, wonder: Where is the Congressional Black Caucus when you need it?
H/T Penúltimos Días