Just heard a story about a Cuban sports official who tried to take a sign away from a spectator at a baseball game in Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rican police quickly intervened and took the Cuban official -- Angel Iglesias, vice president of Cuba's National Institute of Sports -- to a nearby police station, where they lectured him about free speech.
"We explained to him that here the constitutional right to free expression exists and that it is not a crime," police Col. Adalberto Mercado was quoted as saying in El Nuevo Dia, a San Juan daily.
I wonder what the left's take will be? This time the left needs not worry about decapitation, but of course its Fidel offended so we will probably hear all sorts of lectures about not being offensive.