Source: HuffPost By Hermes Ayala
Problems are a dime a dozen in paradise lost.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico ― In the depths of the largest public housing project in the Caribbean, activist Antonio Látimer (aka “Puruco”) doesn’t know what more he can do.
“We’re running out of potable water. Out of food. We’ve got a lot of people sick with diarrhea. There’s conjunctivitis sprouts all over and no medicines. No one from the government has come to see us. They’ve left us alone,” Puruco, a former basketball star and now a community leader at the Luis Llorens Torres public housing complex in San Juan, said Thursday. . . . Read Complete Report
Message from Puerto Rico to the U.S. Government (2015)
Published on Oct 14, 2015
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