I had a service center at home
CubitaNOW Editorial ~ Saturday, January 27, 2024
Cuban was arrested in Havana for fuel smuggling because he had a “private” service center in his home.
Information shared on social networks by profiles defending the regime identified the place as located on San Francisco Street between Máximo Gómez and Coral Falso in Guanabacoa, Havana.
In the photos that were shared, you can see the seizure operation carried out by the local police.
“He thought he had a service center in his house and that he could continue taking advantage of people's needs, but the police found him. Neighbors on San Francisco Street between Máximo Gomez and Coral Falso in Guanabacoa, Havana, commented that his neighbor and the complaint warned that Ángel believed he was continuing to smuggle The fuel was illegal, and when he was loading the fuel he was reselling into a car as usual, the police arrived and arrested him.
The Cuban government spokesperson's profile confirmed that the man was committed to stockpiling fuel, but did not analyze the possibility that there were more people in the corruption chain.
“They say that Ángel had been working for some time in the fuel business that he was selling on the ‘left’, having stored it without paying attention to the really annoying queues that vehicle drivers have to wait at service centers. They added that according to the photos they sent to us, during the inspection process conducted by the police at Cupitt's house, a large quantity of fuel and plastic containers for storage were seized.
Journalist from the ruling party Lazaro Manuel Alonso demanded that the chain of corruption be followed: “In Guanabaco they dismantled a service center. One person was assigned to hoard fuel and then resell it. He was arrested by the police
He added: “The important thing is that the rope be pulled to reach those who facilitated the purchase for this citizen, inside the fuel stores, if that is the case.”