Days away from the three-year anniversary of the arrest of a Maryland man accused of spying in Cuba, his wife and attorney called again for his release.
Forty-four senators have written to Cuba’s president to call for the release of a Maryland man imprisoned in Cuba for almost three years.
It appears Cuba may be proposing a prisoner swap that involves Maryland native Alan Gross. He’s been held for two and a half years with all attempts to free him by the U.S. State Department rejected. But that may be changing.
The world’s most influential leaders appeal to the Cuban government to release Alan Gross, and there are new developments from Havana. Gross could be allowed to come home to his family in Maryland and see his dying mother. But there’s a catch.
A Maryland family is caught up in an international nightmare. Convicted of spying, Alan Gross sits in a Cuban prison while his wife tries desperately to bring him home.
Imprisoned in Cuba. A Maryland man has been in police custody for two and a half years for a crime he says he didn’t commit. With no end in sight, Alan Gross opens up about the accusations against him.
The family of a Maryland man jailed in Cuba for spying is appealing to the pope for help.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says the United States has made no deal or concessions with Cuba to free imprisoned American Alan Gross.
The White House has made a new plea for Alan Gross’ release but frosty relations between the U.S. and Cuba and an internal power struggle in the island nation means his freedom is far from certain.
Jailed in Cuba. The campaign to get a Maryland man set free moves in a new direction.
Desperate to free him, the family of a Maryland man imprisoned in Cuba is turning up the pressure.
A lawyer for a Maryland man imprisoned in Cuba for illegally importing communications equipment to the country says an upcoming hearing will be a chance to reiterate that his client’s actions were never a threat to the government.