Life in Cuban Prison Takes Lasting Toll on American Man 1

Former U.S. Agency for International Development subcontractor Alan Gross has said goodbye to his family after being held in Cuban prison for the past five years.


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  1. Alan “Woe-Is-Me” Gross denounced the U.S. before being sentenced and later sued the U.S. Government.Now his attorney is denouncing the U.S. for illegalities and insists that two governments should negotiate his release. What no one is saying here is that Gross is a dual nationality Israeli citizen and that Israel has not taken any public interest in his case. Gross has not denounced Israel for abandoning him. It is the Israeli government who should negotiate for this cry-baby’s release and then keep him in Israel. I have known Cuban political prisoners like Mario Chanes, who spent 22 years in Castro’s prisons, and Armando Valladares, incarcerated for 22 years, who never whined like Gross and are a brave example of fortitude, determination, will and faith.

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