Raul Garcia is about to stop eating again.
But his family and attorney want him to hold on a little longer in his fight for freedom.
Frustrated at what he considers the inordinate length of time it is taking Government to ready a facility where he will be taken upon release from Dodds Prison, St Philip, the former Cuban citizen threatened to go on a second hunger strike last week.
However, prison authorities, his lawyer David Comissiong and family members in the United States dissuaded him from putting his health at risk for the second time in five months, after he had dropped almost 30 pounds during his initial protest.
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