Juan O. Tamayo, Miami Herald
Photo Credit: Franklin Reyes, AP Photo
The family of Cuban dissident Oswaldo Payá made fresh allegations Wednesday that another car was involved in the crash that killed him and insisted they will not accept the government version of a one-car accident until they speak with the survivors of the crash.
U.S. Senators, meanwhile, approved a resolution urging an independent investigation, and a Spanish politician said Angel Carromero deserves a “clear and transparent” legal process.
Payá and fellow dissident Harold Cepero died in the July 22 crash, while Carromero, vice president of the Madrid chapter of New Generations —the youth wing of Spain’s ruling Popular Party, and Swedish politician Jens Aron Modig suffered minor injuries. The Spaniard is jailed on suspicion of vehicular homicide, and Modig returned to Stockholm Tuesday.