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Cuba urges Obama to repatriate freed spy

Service : Politic
Havana, Oct 10 (Agencies) – The speaker of Cuba’s parliament asked U.S. President Barack Obama to allow Rene Gonzalez, released after serving 13 years in an American jail for espionage, to return to Cuba because, he said, his life is in danger.
Tuesday, October 11, 2011 3:47:50 PM
Cuba urges Obama to repatriate freed spy

Gonzalez “is in danger from those inciting violence against him,” Ricardo Alarcon said while on a trip to Mexico.

Rene Gonzalez, one of the five Cuban agents of the Avispa spy network dismantled in 1998 in Florida and who were sentenced in 2001 by a U.S. court, left prison Friday but still faces three years’ probation on U.S. soil before being allowed to travel wherever he wants.

He is the first of the Cuban Five to be freed and where he will live after leaving prison is being kept secret, since those close to him fear that an attempt on his life might well be made by anti-Castro exile groups that he infiltrated while acting as an agent of the spy network in South Florida.

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