They identify the repressor of the activist Saily González

Madrid Spain.- The Cubalex Legal Information Center identified to the State Security repressor that this Tuesday violently arrested Cuban activist and entrepreneur Saily González.

“He is registered on social networks as Leandro Sarduy, although he originally opened his account with the last name Gonzalez,” said the organization that defends Human Rights.

Cubalex shared an image with the face of the repressor and a link to your profile of the social network Facebook. Said profile indicates that Leandro Sarduy resides in Santa Clara and works at the Villa Clara University of Medical Sciences.

His profile picture is an image of the character Aurelio Casillas, a drug trafficker from the Mexican series The Lord of the heavens.

The identity of the repressor was verified by Saily González herself, who knew him as agent “Roly”.

Arrest Saily González by the repressor Leandro Sarduy

On May 31, the opponent, former coordinator of the independent civil society platform Archipiélago, was arrested on public roads by this repressor. At the time of his arrest, González was walking for the freedom of political prisoners in Cuba and in solidarity with the artivists Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara and Maykel Castillo, who were being tried.

After the violent arrest, Saily González was imprisoned for seven hours, during which she was subjected to interrogations and physical attacks.

Earlier this week, Cubalex solicitous in social networks to identify the State Security repressor known as agent “Yordan”, responsible for repressing independent activists and journalists on the Island.

He has been repressing Cuban dissidents for more than ten years. Among them, recently, the actor Daniel Triana, better known as Danielito Tri Tri.

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