April 14, 2014
WASHINGTON – For Alan Gross, the American contractor locked up in a Cuban prison on spying charges, the road to freedom seems increasingly out of reach. The Maryland resident, who repeatedly has denied working for any intelligence agency, was arrested by Cuban authorities in 2009, stripped of his rights and thrown into a foreign prison.
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