There is no media campaign that can confuse a people educated in Marti’s ideals
An extended report was broadcast on Cubavision television last night, outlining what is known about the defacing of busts of José Martí, January 1 in Havana, which generated a wave of indignation
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january 22, 2020 12:01:56
Although the investigation continues, those involved in the defacing of monuments honoring Cuba’s national hero will be prosecuted as established by law. Photo: NTV
An extended report was broadcast on Cubavision television’s nightly news (NTV) yesterday, outlining what is known about the defacing of busts of our National Hero José Martí, January 1 in Havana, and those responsible.
The events have generated a wave of indignation since, as revolutionaries know, anyone who touches José Martí touches the soul of the Cuban people.
The material screened clearly showed the vandals’ true intentions and who else was involved, those who paid for these actions, their faces and names.
The national television audience saw images from video cameras on Boyeros Avenue in Havana, showing two citizens exhibiting suspicious behavior in the early morning hours of January 1, 2020.