René González Urges to Develop New Strategies in the Struggle for the Cuban Five Release


Nuevitas, Camagüey – Rene Gonzalez, the only one of the Cuban Five who has been released from prison, called to develop new strategies and make every Cuban a key player in the struggle for the freedom of his four brothers, still unjustly held in U.S. prisons.

The only one of the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters who is in Cuba after serving 13 years in prison and an additional measure of punishment consisting on three years’ probation in the United States, Gonzalez telephoned participants at the 3rd International Colloquium for the Freedom of the Cuban Five and against Terrorism in the municipality of Nuevitas.

He reminded those present in the forum that on September 12th, exactly 15 years after their arrest in Miami, a campaign was successfully launched in Cuba urging everyone to speak out against such injustice.

In the course of the telephone conversation, the also Hero of the Republic of Cuba considered important that people come back again to take on the streets, and from each house, neighborhood, school and workplace the Cubans continue demanding their brothers’ release from prison.

González extolled the imaginativeness and spontaneity of the young Cubans, and praised the role they have been playing in this struggle, especially now when a new window of opportunity has been opened.

He also asked attendees to put into practice all kind of initiatives to add millions of people around the world to the cause of the Cuban Five, who have remained imprisoned in the United States for monitoring Miami-based violent groups which have been and continue organizing terrorist actions against Cuba.
The hero stressed the need for a strategy change and called all Cubans to take concrete actions from their own homes, streets, workplaces or schools. (PL/Radio Cadena Agramonte).

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One Response to “René González Urges to Develop New Strategies in the Struggle for the Cuban Five Release”

  1. Bob Brewster Says:

    We need to round up the american spy,s that are working in Cuba once we have more the one spy to trade I am sure the americans will be more willing to talk reason

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