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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_GrossOn December 17, 2014, the Cuban government released Gross on humanitarian
grounds and allowed him to return to the United States on a U.S. government
plane. Some members of the Cuban Five were also released on December 17,
2014, although the governments characterized the two releases as ...
https://www.timesofisrael.com/alan-gross-after-spending-5-years-in-a-cuban- prison-is-starting-over-in-israel/Jul 13, 2017 ... Alan Gross, after spending 5 years in a Cuban prison, is starting over in Israel.
Languishing in a Havana jail, the Jewish US contractor developed a habit for the
island's famed cigars. Now his favorite pastime is walking from his Tel Aviv home
to the Carmel Market and Jaffa. By Ron Kampeas 13 July 2017, ...
www.jpost.com/.../Alan-Gross-after-spending-5-years-in-a-Cuban-prison-is- starting-over-in-Israel-499568Jul 13, 2017 ... WASHINGTON — Alan Gross contacted me a couple of months ago over
Facebook Messenger. There was something he thought I should know. I was
pleasantly surprised. I'd only exchanged pleasantries with Gross in the several
times I'd seen him since his release from a Cuban prison in December 2014, ...
https://www.theatlantic.com/international/.../11/alan-gross.../509075/Nov 30, 2016 ... Five Years in a Cuban Prison. Alan Gross reflects on Fidel Castro's legacy. Alan
Gross arrives at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, on December 17, 2014.
Lawrence Jackson / White House / Handout via Reuters ...
https://www.nytimes.com/.../alan-gross-and-the-cuban-five-a-timeline.htmlNov 2, 2014 ... The spies Cuba wants back were detained long before Alan Gross, an American
contractor, was arrested in Havana in 2009. But soon after, officials on the island
came to see him as the the best pawn to get their prisoners back. February 1996.
Cuba shoots down two civilian planes flown by Cuban exiles ...
https://www.washingtonpost.com/.../it-was-terrible-alan-gross-gives-first- interview-after-being-released-from-a-cuban-prison/Nov 30, 2015 ... It's been nearly a year since Alan P. Gross was finally released from a Cuban
prison. The Maryland man had been there for five years, on charges he was
working in Cuba as an American spy instead of a USAID contractor, but was
freed thanks to an historic detente between the Cold War foes. American ...
thehill.com/.../230794-the-real-story-behind-alan-grosss-work-in-cubaJan 27, 2015 ... That contact turned out to be an undercover Cuban agent well-known to
American diplomatic corps but apparently unknown to USAID, an agency
ostensibly dedicated to economic development. On his fifth trip to Cuba, in 2009,
Gross was detained and later sentenced to 15 years for "criminal acts against ...
https://www.cnn.com/2014/12/17/.../cuba-alan-gross-deal/index.htmlDec 17, 2014 ... U.S. contractor Alan Gross, held by the Cuban government since 2009, was freed
as part of a deal with Cuba that paves the way for a overhaul in U.S. policy.
https://www.haaretz.com/.../.premium-how-alan-gross-went-from-rotting-in- cuban-jail-to-the-good-life-in-tel-aviv-1.5628696Dec 15, 2017 ... After spending five years in a Cuban jail when he was falsely accused of being a
spy, the 68-year-old former aid worker made aliyah to Israel this year. He refuses
to be captive to his lost years.
www.baltimoresun.com/.../bal-alan-gross-reacts-death-of-fidel-castro- 20161126-story.htmlNov 26, 2016 ... Former Maryland aid worker Alan Gross was imprisoned in Cuba for five years
before he was released in December 2014.