Claudia Marquez, the wife of Osvaldo Alfonso, one of the dissidents and independent journalists jailed by Castro's regime, was picked up today at her home, taken to a police station and questioned for three hours.
Marquez said the officials asked her about the magazine De Cuba - From Cuba - a collection of original writings by some of the island's independent journalists.
Just two monthly editions of the magazine were published before the March crackdown. Magazine editor Ricardo Gonzalez and adviser Raul Rivero were among 75 independent journalists, activists and others arrested and sentenced to long terms.
Marquez and several other wives of imprisoned activists recently published a third edition, a compilation of stories carried by international media about the crackdown.
She said the officials told her "they would not permit another publication."
Still extolling the virtues of the Castro dictatorship, Ann Sparanese?