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US government opposes Rene's request to travel to Cuba

12 March 2012

The US government has just filed a motion opposing René's request to travel to Cuba.

Rene Gonzalez, one of the Miami Five who was released from prison in the US last year, appealed to the US courts to allow him to visit his serious ill brother in hospital in Cuba. He is currently being forced to stay and serve three years probation in Florida.

The US government in opposing Rene's request also provided a list of conditions it wants fulfilled if the court does grant the permission. The decision is now up to the judge.

Read the full motion from the US government and take action ask that Rene be allowed to return home.

Read the full ruling by the US court
Urgent Action: Write to the Obama government urging that Rene be allowed to visit his seriously ill brother
Letter from René González to his brother Roberto

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