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Cuban official: Let spy ring member come home

 Ricardo Alarcon, president of Cuba's National Assembly, speaks during a press conference in Mexico City, Friday Oct. 7, 2011. Alarcon demanded Presid...
 Ricardo Alarcon, president of Cuba's National Assembly, speaks during a press conference in Mexico City, Friday Oct. 7, 2011. Alarcon demanded Presid...

Mexico Cubans Espionage

Ricardo Alarcon, president of Cuba's National Assembly, speaks during a press conference in Mexico City, Friday Oct. 7, 2011. Alarcon demanded Presid...

Mexico Cubans Espionage

Ricardo Alarcon, president of Cuba's National Assembly, speaks during a press conference in Mexico City, Friday Oct. 7, 2011. Alarcon demanded Presid...

A senior Cuban official is again urging President Barack Obama to let a man convicted of participating in a spy ring return to the island now that he has been freed from a U.S. prison.
Cuban Parliament President Ricardo Alarcon says Rene Gonzalez is at risk of attack in the United States. He told a news conference in Mexico City on Friday that Obama should also free four other members of the ring who are still in prison.
Cuba says the five attempted to prevent terror attacks on the island. They were convicted of trying to infiltrate U.S. military bases and keep tabs on Cuban exiles.
Gonzalez was released from prison on Friday, but a judge has ordered him to serve three years' probation in the U.S.


Updated : 2021-10-25 03:18 GMT+08:00