Pablo Pacheco Avila

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Pablo Pacheco Avila is a Cuban journalist who has contributed to the Ciego de Ávila Independent Journalists Cooperative (CAPI).[1][2] He has been exiled from Cuba since 2010.

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Pablo Pacheco Avila is about 35 years of age when he was put in prison. He is known to be married and have one son. [3]

Political Prisoner[edit]

Pacheco Avila was arrested for six hours by Fidel Castro's officers after trying to video two totalitarian police officers mishandling two women.[4] Avila was imprisoned during the Black Spring in 2003 and sentenced to 20 years is prison for providing news coverage on a peacefeul pro-democracy meeting[4][1] He was released in 2010, and he deported to Spain. He now lives in Malaga.[5]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Pablo Pacheco Avila". Reporters Without Borders. 
  2. ^ "PABLO PACHECO AVILA - Cuba". Amnesty International. 
  3. ^ "Pablo Pacheco Avila". Foreign Prisoner Support Service. Retrieved 5 February 2013. 
  4. ^ a b "Freedom For Pablo Pacheco Avila". Capitol Words. Retrieved 5 February 2013. 
  5. ^ "Voices From Exile". Pablo Pacheco Ávila. 

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