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USC and Prisoner in Cuba Sues U.S. Government

Nov 25th, 2012 Current Affairs, detention

The New York Times reports that a United States citizen imprisoned in Cuba is suing the U.S. Government. The article states:

A United States contractor imprisoned in Cuba after being convicted of crimes against the state has sued the United States government and the company that hired him, blaming them for his imprisonment and for not warning him about the risks he faced in Cuba. The contractor, Alan Gross, 63, has been jailed since Dec. 3, 2009, [and is] serving a 15-year sentence for providing Internet gear to Cubans under a United States program that Cuba views as subversive.


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