The Cuban government has made it no secret it wants Cubans to vote yes on the proposed constitution that goes up for a public referendum on Feb. 24.
But a recent incident involving blocked text messages has some thinking the government is going out of its way to suppress public outcry.
Eduardo Sánchez, 23, first found out about the odd incidents by word of mouth.
"A friend sent me a message," he told Local 10 News at a Vedado park in Havana.
Sanchez then tried it himself and later posted what...