A night stone destroys the window of a store in MLC of Etecsa in Havana

A night stone destroys the window of a store in MLC of Etecsa in Havana

No one saw anything and few speak, but the truth is that this Tuesday the Etecsa office on Obispo Street, in Old Havana, woke up with a broken glass.

“They have already begun to break the windows of the Etecsa points in MLC,” said the activist Ángel Cuza in a video transmitted through Facebook, in which Criminalistics agents were observed placing boards in the windows.

A customer who came in to buy a card curiously asked the employee of the place: “Are you going to fix it here, I see that you are boarding up the window?”, to which the young woman replied: “No, no, it’s that there was an incident and they put that there until they change the glass.

A neighbor residing on Havana Street, a few meters from the Etecsa office, told this newspaper that “at dawn we heard a noise but we didn’t look out.” The man, who prefers to remain anonymous, assures that “this area is very noisy and until the wee hours you hear a lot of noise, music and voices, so in the house we did not give it importance”.

“No, no, there was an incident and they put that there until they change the glass”

The next morning, when he went downstairs from his house, he found “a strong police operation and everyone commenting that they had thrown a stone at the Etecsa window.”

Obispo Street, a pedestrian street widely used to walk through the historic center of Havana, “was practically blocked by the police and a criminalistics car.”

“They were asking the neighbors if anyone had seen something, but the same thing happened to the people as to me, that I was sleeping at the time everything happened, which I calculate was around three in the morning, because I I woke up and then I had a hard time falling asleep.

The neighbor assures that “the people were not very cooperative with the police because nobody here wants to be a snitch”, but he thinks: “That window was an ostentation with its very expensive telephones that nobody can buy, the strange thing is that they had not put a stone”.


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