The Five Cuban antiterrorists arrested in the U.S. in 1998 were the winners of the Annual Human Rights Prize of Global Exchange, in the category of Prize Selected by People, as announced on Friday in the United States
Fernando Gonzalez, one of the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters, who were imprisoned in US jails in 1998, asked for actions to make the return of his three compatriots, still held in US prisons, a reality as soon as possible.
The manipulation and politicization of the case of the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters, who were given extremely long and unfair prison sentences in the United States were exposed by the lawyer Nuris Piñero.
Lawmakers of different political parties in the United Kingdom demanded the release of three Cuban anti-terrorist fighters who are still held in US prisons and they also called for more international actions.
The United Kingdom denied an entry visa to Cuban anti-terrorist fighter Rene Gonzalez, who was invited to participate at the International Investigation Commission on the case of the Cuban Five, to take place March 7 and 8 in London.
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