"Ladies" and their Gang of 50 fallen off the radar?

Ever since Cuban Catholic Archbishop Jaime Ortega pronounced the case
closed on the "Ladies" so-called political prisoners -- their Gang of
50 -- coverage of the "Ladies'" antics has fallen close to zero in the
mainstream media. Coincidence?

See: "'Ladies' praying for freedom of terrorists and spies -- Amnesty
International and the Church aren't buying it" at

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