Police block the courthouse, keeping the children of late Cuban dissident Oswaldo 

Police block the courthouse, keeping the children of late Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya from attending the trial of Spanish citizen Angel Carromero, who is on trial for the death of their father, in Bayamo, Cuba, Friday, Oct. 5, 2012.  Authorities accused Carromero of speeding and charged him with the equivalent of vehicular manslaughter, and prosecutors asked the court for a seven-year sentence. The car crash killed Paya and another dissident, Harold Cepero on July 22.  A panel of judges will now consider the evidence and issue a ruling at an unspecified future date.  At left is Rosa Maria Paya, at center is Oswaldo Paya and at right Reinaldo Paya. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes)
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Police block the courthouse, keeping the children of late Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya from attending the trial of Spanish citizen Angel Carromero, who is on trial for the death of their father, in Bayamo, Cuba, Friday, Oct. 5, 2012. Authorities accused Carromero of speeding and charged him with the equivalent of vehicular manslaughter, and prosecutors asked the court for a seven-year sentence. The car crash killed Paya and another dissident, Harold Cepero on July 22. A panel of judges will now consider the evidence and issue a ruling at an unspecified future date. At left is Rosa Maria Paya, at center is Oswaldo Paya and at right Reinaldo Paya. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes)
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