June 4, 2014
After news broke about President Barack Obama’s prisoner swap involving five Taliban Guantánamo Bay detainees, many wondered about the fate of another person, this one locked away in Cuba: Alan Gross, the U.S. government contractor believed by many to have been railroaded on trumped-up spy charges.
The Obama administration says it is not negotiating for Gross...
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