Please help to free Dr.Oscar Elias Biscet sentenced to 25 years for demanding humans rights in Cuba
Posted: 13 May 2007 02:22 PM   [ Ignore ]
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I will respectfuly request from any free man,to help in the release from prison of Dr Oscar Elias Biscet.You can help by calling Cuban Embassies in your countries demanding his release or by writting to dictator Fidel Castro’Dr Biscet is Cuba’s Mandela.Please help!

 

 

 

 

 

Freedom for Dr. Biscet in Cuba!
Please help us free Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet unjustly sentenced to 25 years in a communist Cuban jail. Biscet is an Amnesty International prisoner of conscience. Dr. Biscet, is a follower of the Dalai Lama, Thoreau, Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. and wants to bring democracy and justice to Cuba. Please help us tell the world about Dr. Biscet! Go to http://www.biscet.org
Friday, March 23, 2007
Dr. Elias Biscet – Doctor in Cuba - Appeal from The International Society for Human Rights
http://www.ishr.org/index.php?id=812
March 23 2007, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
“Dr. Elias Biscet’s (born 1962)“crime” was among others to document the government’s abortion methods and to publish the book “Rivanol: A method to destroy life” in April 1998. In this book he accuses the health authorities of numerous forced abortions.”
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Dr. Biscet featured at Human Rights Exhibition “Fields of Shame”
March 23, 2007 International Society for Human Rights
http://www.ishr.org/index.php?id=843
“Among the most prominent prisoners that are portrayed in the exhibition is the Cuban Doctor Oscar Elias Biscet. The non-violent, committed Christian was sentenced to 25 years of prison for founding a human rights organisation that demands civil rights and the end of Fidel Castro’s 26-year autarchy. Even though he was threatened and tortured in prison, the Christian civil rights activist’s spirit is not broken.”
Monday, March 19, 2007
From Human Rights First: Send a letter to Raul Castro, re: Four Years Since Cuba Crackdown: Release Activists Still in Prison - Dr. Biscet included in
From Human Rights First: Send a letter to Raul Castro, re: Four Years Since Cuba Crackdown: Release Activists Still in Prison - Dr. Biscet included in list
http://action.humanrightsfirst.org/campaign/C ...
“It has been four years since 75 peaceful human rights activists and independent journalists were rounded up by Cuban authorities, summarily and unfairly tried, and sentenced to prison terms of up to 28 years.”
On Fourth Anniversary of Clampdown, Rights Group Calls for Release of Prisoners - Dr. Biscet included in list
From a communique of March 19, 2007 by Human Rights First.
http://www.humanrightsfirst.org/media/hrd/200 ...
“Dr. Oscar Elías Biscet is a physician and president of the Lawton Foundation for Human Rights, which peacefully promotes human rights and the rule of law. In reprisal for his human rights activities, the 41-year-old Dr. Biscet was sentenced to 25 years in prison and has been held in some of the harshest conditions, including in punishment cells and solitary confinement.”
Posted by The International Committee to Free Dr. Biscet at 10:58 AM 0 comments
Saturday, March 03, 2007
Family of Prisoner of Conscience, Dr. Oscar E. Biscet Gonzalez, Make An Urgent Appeal For His Life
From Dr. Biscet’s website
March, 3, 2007 Elsa Morejón, Licensed Registered Nurse and wife of Dr. Oscar Elías Biscet González, president of the Lawton Foundation for Human Rights and prisoner of conscience…more
Posted by The International Committee to Free Dr. Biscet at 2:38 AM 0 comments
Labels: Biscet, Cuba, Elsa Morejon
Fears grow in Cuba for well being of jailed pro-life dissident
From the Indian Catholic
March 3,2007
Fears grow in Cuba for well being of jailed pro-life dissident
HAVANA(CNA): Elsa Morejon, the wife of prominent pro-life activist and political prisoner Oscar Elias Biscet, has issued an urgent appeal for medical treatment for her husband and for his transferal out of the harsh conditions of the prison cell where has been held for refusing to collaborate with the Castro regime and renounce his princi
 


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Posted: 02 June 2007 11:04 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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The number one question is what he was really sentenced for to 25 years. Your message does not say that. Only your opinion.. I have been styding law.. I like to hear facts, not opinions.

It has not been stated from you clearly…..Only….  For his book talking about human rights that are not existing in Cuba?

First of all, I insist… everyone who starts to talk about anything, they should understand what they are talking about.

There is no communist jail in Cuba because Cuba is not a communist country..

So far in the history of the world: There has not been (ever ) any communist country. Communism means: people work for free and get everything for free. Since there is no chance to teach people not to want more than they need, I do not believe communism can ever exist.

So let us proceed… It is SOCIALISM, what has been existing so far..and it is only socialism that is existing in Cuba.. 

Because I have experienced both socialism and capitalism, I strongly recommed everyone who has no experience about socialism.. please simply SHUT UP!
Americans like to talk about democracy and human right.. the true is they have none of these.

Human rights do not exist in the USA simply fot the reason there is only dictatorship of owners..  The proof is: minimum wage. Noone can live on that money…
Democracy does not exist either: The proof is: 50% of people do not vote… Why?..

Is Fidel Castro a dicator?

That is what the whole world is pushed by the USA to believe in…. Is it a true?


Let us to go for facts: and let us compare what is Fidel Castro doing for people in his country and what is president of the USA doing for people.


Are you open to start this way? Is so, I will be happy to continue..

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Posted: 07 June 2007 12:06 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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vlasta burian - 02 June 2007 11:04 PM

The number one question is what he was really sentenced for to 25 years. Your message does not say that. Only your opinion.. I have been styding law.. I like to hear facts, not opinions.

It has not been stated from you clearly…..Only….  For his book talking about human rights that are not existing in Cuba?

First of all, I insist… everyone who starts to talk about anything, they should understand what they are talking about.

There is no communist jail in Cuba because Cuba is not a communist country..

So far in the history of the world: There has not been (ever ) any communist country. Communism means: people work for free and get everything for free. Since there is no chance to teach people not to want more than they need, I do not believe communism can ever exist.

So let us proceed… It is SOCIALISM, what has been existing so far..and it is only socialism that is existing in Cuba.. 

Because I have experienced both socialism and capitalism, I strongly recommed everyone who has no experience about socialism.. please simply SHUT UP!
Americans like to talk about democracy and human right.. the true is they have none of these.

Human rights do not exist in the USA simply fot the reason there is only dictatorship of owners..  The proof is: minimum wage. Noone can live on that money…
Democracy does not exist either: The proof is: 50% of people do not vote… Why?..

Is Fidel Castro a dicator?

That is what the whole world is pushed by the USA to believe in…. Is it a true?


Let us to go for facts: and let us compare what is Fidel Castro doing for people in his country and what is president of the USA doing for people.


Are you open to start this way? Is so, I will be happy to continue..

Your a very Ignorant person for a Lawyer

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Posted: 07 June 2007 12:09 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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vlasta is starting to sound like Don who got kicked out of here but being a bomb thrower. Don kept posting arguments against the Cuban dissidents and in favor of the Cuban constitution.

So, vlasta, if you are Don2, you will get banned too.

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Posted: 07 June 2007 12:44 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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Publisher - 07 June 2007 12:09 PM

vlasta is starting to sound like Don who got kicked out of here but being a bomb thrower. Don kept posting arguments against the Cuban dissidents and in favor of the Cuban constitution.

So, vlasta, if you are Don2, you will get banned too.

I will ask Cubano also about that Afro Cuban title ?
What’s up with that ?
Cubans have always being Cubans, no color or race.

I went to school with hundreds of Color Cubans, never did I call them Afro Cuban, that is something the Castro regime invented, to befriend with the Black American leftist.
It never existed before Castro.

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