The desperation of being sent back to Castro’s totalitarian theme park got the better of some Cubans being held by Cayman Islands Immigration and they broke out.
These Cubans, who are facing deportation back to the hell they just risked their lives to escape, took their few moments of freedom, not to loot or riot or fight the authorities or escape but to protest the Castro regime:
Cuban refugees escaped from the Fairbanks Detention Centre and took their protests to the streets of George Town.After forcing a gate at the facility, the 29-strong group marched into town at around 11:00 am on Saturday morning. Shouting, “No Cuba, No Castro!” and displaying placards, they paraded along Harbor Drive, reaching the beginning of North Church Street before agreeing to turn back.
… As the protesters made their way back, they stopped and spoke to some of the tourists, striving to ensure their complaints reached an international audience.
Also notable is that the Cayman Net News refers to the Cubans as “refugees” while the American MSM, taking their cue from Castro, refers to Cubans that are prevented by the US government from reaching the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave as "Migrants."
Sob some more here, but be proud of your brethren who behaved with dignity and showed the rest of the world that even after a fifty year campaign to destroy Cuba’s humanity, civility is and will be possible in a free and democratic Cuba.