‘El Sexto’ Writes A Farewell Letter From His Cell

Danilo Maldonado, 'El Sexto'. (Claudio Fuentes)
Danilo Maldonado, 'El Sexto'. (Claudio Fuentes)

The artist Danilo Maldonado, known as “El Sexto” (The Sixth), wrote a “farewell letter” from the Valle Grande prison where he has been detained since last December for trying to organize a  performance  at which he would have released two pigs painted with the names Raul and Fidel in a public place. The letter, dated Sept. 16, was published by the Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba (FHRC)  on its website. [ An English version of the letter is here.]

The graffiti artist, imprisoned without trial or sentence, has maintained a hunger strike since September 8.

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