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Cuban Antiterrorist Fighter Renounces his U.S. Citizenship

Cuban Antiterrorist Fighter Renounces his U.S. Citizenship

Cuban Antiterrorist Fighter Renounces his U.S. Citizenship

Havana, May 6  –  Cuban antiterrorist fighter Rene Gonzalez began here today the proceedings to renounce the United States (U.S.) citizenship, a requirement set by the authorities of that country to modify the terms of his supervised release. Continue reading

Rene, one of The Five, will be Able to Stay in Cuba

Rene, one of The Five, will be Able to Stay in Cuba

Rene, one of The Five, will be Able to Stay in Cuba

HAVANA,  May 3 – Judge Joan Lenard accepted on May 3 the request presented by Rene Gonzalez to modify the conditions of his supervised release so as to stay in Cuba, in exchange for the relinquishment of his U.S. citizenship. Continue reading

Rene Gonzalez, one of the Cuban Five, in a Private Visit in Havana

Rene Gonzalez, one of the Cuban Five, in a Private Visit in Havana

Rene Gonzalez, one of the Cuban Five, in a Private Visit in Havana

Havana, Apr 26  –  René Gonzalez, one of the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters unjustly convicted in the United States, is in this capital on a private and family visit, national media reported today.

René is being held on U.S. soil for three years of supervised release, despite having served his sentence, and following the death of his father, Candido Gonzalez, he asked for permission to the Court for the Southern District of Florida to be with his family. Continue reading

Cuba Slams Another U.S. Outrage to Antiterrorist Rene Gonzalez

Cuba Slams Another U.S. Outrage to Antiterrorist Rene Gonzalez

Cuba Slams Another U.S. Outrage to Antiterrorist Rene Gonzalez

Havana, Feb 27 – The Cuban government denounced today that the United States has repeatedly denied consular accesses to Rene Gonzalez, one of the five anti-terrorist fighters of the island unjustly held in that northern country. Rene has been the object of a new arbitrariness by the U.S. government, which hardens the conditions of his supervised release, and makes these increasingly resemble to those of a prison, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs states in a note. Continue reading