A Cuban priest reportedly remains in police custody as of Monday after police beat him, dragged him through the street, and stripped him in his native Camagüey for supporting peaceful protests.
In a Facebook post on Sunday, the Global Liberty Alliance (GLA) cited a source within the Catholic Church in Cuba who said Father Castor José Álvarez Devesa was still missing:
🚨 ALERT 🚨 A source inside the Catholic Church in Cuba has advised GLA that Father Castor José Álvarez Devesa has…
In a Twitter post on Monday, the organization said the “secret police, after a brutal beating, unlawfully detained Father Castor.”
“He is being held in the Monte Carlos Police Station in Camagüey,” the alliance noted:
🚨 ALERT🚨 According to Catholic Church officials in Cuba the secret police, after a brutal beating, unlawfully detained Father Castor.