Six Cubans arrested for the crime of Sagua de Tánamo, in Holguín

Six Cubans arrested for the crime of Sagua de Tánamo, in Holguín

Six Cubans arrested for the crime of Sagua de Tánamo, in Holguín

Madrid/Six people have been arrested for the alleged murder of Kevin Luis Griñán Reynain Sagua de Tánamo, Holguín, as confirmed this Tuesday by the Facebook profile Cazador Cazado, related to the Cuban Ministry of the Interior.

The news was reported by independent journalist Yosmany Mayeta Labrada, who also disclosed the information about the discovery of the body of the young man from Holguín in the Sagua River with four stab wounds.

The official profile now offers details about the brawl, which began around three in the morning on Saturday outside the El Turquino center. Griñán Reyna, according to this version, was hit on the head with a bottle after pulling out a knife during an argument between several young people.


Griñán Reyna, according to this version, was hit on the head with a bottle after pulling out a knife during an argument between several young people.

The six men now detained chased him, stabbed him and threw him down a ravine towards the Sagua River, where neighbors found his lifeless body the next morning. After alerting the Police, those supposedly involved were “hunted” and the involvement of each person in the case is being investigated.

The profile alludes to the effects of alcohol as a “trigger” for young people to “use physical violence as a primitive escape to resolve their differences.”

In recent years, the ruling party has encouraged the proliferation of this type of profiles on Facebook through which they offer news about crimes, violent events or cases of corruption that are resolved with arrests. The authorities thus avoid both the official channels and the legal requirements that would have to be done in this way, among them the presumption of innocence or the privacy of the accused, who are identified by their full names before there is a sentence that demonstrates their responsibility in the facts.

This communication policy includes a defense of the work of the police forces, which are praised for their rapid resolution of criminal acts, less than 24 hours – it boasts – in this case. “I extend my condolences to the victim’s family. It is unfortunate that something like this happens. But strength, the culprits are on the table… This will not go unpunished! “Once again justice will be enforced,” adds the post in which the arrest of the young people was announced last night.


This communication policy includes a defense of the work of the police forces, which are praised for their rapid resolution of criminal acts, less than 24 hours – it boasts – in this case.

Cazador Cazado is presented as a page to “know everything interesting that happens in Holguín” and is in turn developed by a profile that defines itself as a digital creator, with the motto “Ready and firm to combat the counterrevolution. Yes to Order, no to Violence.”

This Monday, a crime also emerged in Matanzas, that of a young man who was found allegedly dismembered inside a tank, in the municipality of Jovellanos, and last week there was another murder in Holguín, that of the driver of an electric tricycle which was dedicated to the transportation of passengers and merchandise, which shocked public opinion.

According to Colonel Idael Fumero Valdés, head of Information and Analysis of the Technical Directorate of Investigations of the Ministry of the Interior, only 9% of the crimes committed in Cuba are violent. Among them, 3% are murders and 1% are homicides, which represents a low percentage, but a total that is unknown, since the authorities did not provide it in the program dedicated to analyzing whether violence has grown or not. on the island.

The perception of insecurity has increased, according to the authorities, due to the dissemination of these events on social networks. The official media Bohemia published a report with data from an online survey that indicated that 92.4% of participants considered that violence has increased a lot. 42% said they had been aware of 10 or more violent crimes in the last half year and almost half stated that a direct family member or close person was a victim of one of these events. Furthermore, a third of those affected do not report the crime of which they were victims, but among those who did, 73% did not obtain a solution.

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