American Alan Gross is back in the U.S. after his release Wednesday morning from a Cuban jail.
News of American contractor Alan Gross’ release and the administration’s change to U.S. policy toward Cuba has swept through the streets of Little Havana.
Alan Gross wasn’t the only American returned during Wednesday’s historic prisoner swap with the Cuban government. An unidentified spy, with massive intelligence information at the highest levels of the Cuban government, was also exchanged.
The family of Alan Gross has marked his fifth year of imprisonment in Cuba.
A group of U.S. Senators met with prisoner Alan Gross on Tuesday.
Five years in a Cuban prison have taken their toll on Alan Gross. He’s lost more than one hundred pounds, and has ten years remaining on his sentence.
A lawyer for Alan Gross, an American who has spent more than four years imprisoned in Cuba, said Monday that his client cannot take life in prison much longer and has said his goodbyes to his wife and a daughter.
The wife of imprisoned U.S. contractor Alan Gross is calling for his freedom in Cuba and she’s worried he may do something drastic.
Tuesday, December 3rd, marked the 4th anniversary of American humanitarian aid worker Alan Gross’ imprisonment by the Cuban regime. Gross was arrested while working covertly in the Communist-run country to set up Internet access for the island’s small Jewish community.
An American imprisoned in Cuba settled a lawsuit Thursday against the company he was working for when arrested, a lawsuit that claimed he wasn’t properly warned about or prepared for the risks of working in the communist nation.