The first of the five Cuban antiterrorist fighters in US soil was released from the Florida prison at 4:30 am where he spent 13 years while being unjustly sanctioned.
Cuban antiterrorist fighter Rene Gonzalez, imprisoned in the United States for 13 years, was released from a jail in Marianna, Florida. However, Rene is to remain in that country during three years under supervised freedom.
Gonzalez walked out of prison at 4:30 am this Friday and was welcomed by his daughters Irma and Ivette, his brother Roberto, his father Candido and his lawyer Philip Horowitz, reported Telesur. Nevertheless, his wife Olga Salanueva can not enter USA as the government denied her the visa.
Horowitz said that the Cuban fighter was examined after he got out and he was in good health conditions.