The International London Commission on the Cuban anti-terrorist fighters, who were given unfair prison sentences in the United States, will have a significant impact on the US administration in favor of their release, according to organizers of the event.
Thousands of people from around the world participated in a Twitter action for the Cuban Five on Sunday which denounced the hostile media campaign launched in Miami during the biased trial held against the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters
Groups of emigrants in the United States convened in Washington on Wednesday a conference for Miami to update the process of extraordinary appeal and of the political movement for the release of the Cuban antiterrorists incarcerated in that country for 15 years now.
An international investigation commission will hear in London the testimony of Cuban Rene Gonzalez, one of the five anti-terrorist fighters who were given unfair and extremely long sentences in the United States in 2001
Cuban Hero Rene Gonzalez, the only one of the five anti-terrorist fighters, unfairly incarcerated in the US in 1998, who has returned home, said that his four brothers still in US jails keep their high spirit and strong moral as valiant patriots.
Delegates of 45 countries have confirmed their attendance to the 9th edition of the International Colloquium for the Release of the Five, incarcerated in the U.S. and against terrorism, which will be held in the city of Holguin on November 13-17.
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