From the mouth of Medea

Clarice Feldman
Six Castro and Chavez-supporting Code Pink members protested in Miami and were run off by a crowd of Cuban-Americans objecting to the protest. Medea Benjamin objected to this treatment and let slip a startling  admission:
"We're not in Cuba. We're supposed to have free speech," said Medea Benjamin, one of the group's founders. "This is indicative of how a small group of Cuban-Americans are holding the rest of the community hostage."
Babalublog has some choice comments.

h/t:ts

Six Castro and Chavez-supporting Code Pink members protested in Miami and were run off by a crowd of Cuban-Americans objecting to the protest. Medea Benjamin objected to this treatment and let slip a startling  admission:
"We're not in Cuba. We're supposed to have free speech," said Medea Benjamin, one of the group's founders. "This is indicative of how a small group of Cuban-Americans are holding the rest of the community hostage."
Babalublog has some choice comments.

h/t:ts