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Alan Gross... enfermo de injusticia

Publicado: 30/11/2012 07:30

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El Gobierno Cubano acaba de anunciar que el ciudadano norteamericano Alan P. Gross, quien se encuentra prisionero en Cuba desde el año 2009, no padece ninguna enfermedad de peligro para su vida. En nuestra opinión, el Sr. Gross padece de una de las más graves enfermedades del mundo: la injusticia.

El Sr. Gross fue sancionado a 15 años de prisión por haber llevado equipos de computación y comunicación satelital a la sociedad civil cubana para facilitar su acceso al internet. Sólo un régimen totalitario como el cubano puede considerar las acciones del Sr. Gross como un delito. Las circunstancias de su caso indican que las autoridades de Cuba pretenden usar al Sr. Gross como un rehén con la intención de canjear su libertad por la de cuatro espías cubanos actualmente en prisión en EE.UU.

Consideramos que el Sr. Gross no ha cometido ningún delito. Aún asi, arbitrariamente, se consideraran sus acciones como un delito, la sanción impuesta al Sr. Gross sería completamente desproporcionada y su frágil estado de salud demanda su liberación inmediata por motivos humanitarios. Retener al Sr. Gross de manera improcedente para usarlo como un peón en supuestas negociaciones con el gobierno de EE.UU. sólo puede ser calificado de inmoral e inhumano.

No hay justificación alguna para que el Sr. Alan P. Gross siga preso en Cuba.

Condenamos lo que ha pasado toda la familia Gross y reclamamos a las autoridades de Cuba pongan en libertad al Sr. Alan Gross de manera inmediata y sin condiciones. Si quieren humanidad con los suyos den el ejemplo.

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  • Alan Gross

    In this photo provided by James L. Berenthal, jailed American Alan Gross poses for a photo during a visit by Rabbi Elie Abadie and U.S. lawyer James L. Berenthal at Finlay military hospital in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012. The Maryland-native was imprisoned in December 2009. At the time he was working as a subcontractor on a democracy-building project funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development. (AP Photo/James L. Berenthal)

  • Alan Gross

    In this photo released by Finlay Military Hospital, jailed American Alan Gross, center, holds a sign as he poses for a photo with Rabbi Elie Abadie, right, and U.S. lawyer James L.Berenthal at the Finlay military hospital in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012. Gross was imprisoned in December 2009. At the time he was working as a subcontractor on a democracy-building project funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development. (AP Photo/Finlay Military Hospital)

  • In this photo taken Friday, Sept. 28, 2012, and provided to the Associated Press by Adela Dworin, American government contractor Alan Gross, center, poses for a photo with Cuban Jewish leaders Adela Dworin, right, and David Prinstein at the Carlos J. Finlay Military Hospital in Havana, during a visit with Gross to celebrate the Jewish holiday Hanukkah. Gross, sentenced to 15 years in jail earlier in 2011, was accused of working for a USAID program aimed at bringing about regime change on the island. (AP Photo)

  • Alan Gross

    FILE - This two-picture combo handout file photos provided in June 2012 by Peter Kahn, the attorney of imprisoned American Alan Gross, shows Gross in 2009 and in 2012. Gross, a 63-year-old U.S. government subcontractor from Montgomery County, Md., has been in prison in Cuba since late 2009. An independent physician has reviewed medical records sent by Cuba and the doctor says Gross may have a cancerous growth on his shoulder, contradicting the Cuban government's stance that his health is normal. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Peter Kahn, File)

  • Alan Gross, Judy Gross

    FILE - This handout photo provided by the Gross family shows Alan and Judy Gross at an unknown location. The family of Gross, an American man imprisoned in Cuba for nearly three years is suing his former Maryland employer and the US government, saying they didn't adequately train him or disclose the risks he was undertaking by doing development work on the Communist island. (AP Photo/Gross Family, File)

  • In this photo taken Friday, Sept. 28, 2012 and provided to the Associated Press by Adela Dworin, American government contractor Alan Gross, seated right, poses for a photo with Cuban Jewish leaders Adela Dworin, center, and David Prinstein at the Carlos J. Finlay Military Hospital in Havana, during a visit with Gross to celebrate the Jewish holiday Hanukkah. Gross, sentenced to 15 years in jail earlier in 2011, was accused of working for a USAID program aimed at bringing about regime change on the island. (AP Photo)

  • Alan Gross, Judy Gross

    FILE - In this 2005 file handout photo provided by the Gross family, Alan and Judy Gross are seen in Jerusalem. A lawyer for Gross, a Maryland man imprisoned in Cuba for more than two years says his client's health is worsening and that country is withholding the results of medical tests performed on him there. (AP Photo/Gross Family, File)

  • In this photo taken Monday Dec. 26, 2011 and provided to the Associated Press by Adela Dworin, American government contractor Alan Gross, center, poses for a photo with Cuban Jewish leaders Adela Dworin, right, and David Prinstein at the Finlay military hospital in Havana, Cuba, during a visit with Gross to celebrate the Jewish holiday Hanukkah. Gross, sentenced to 15 years in jail earlier this year, was accused of working for an USAID program aimed at bringing about regime change on the island. He was not included in a massive prisoner amnesty announced by President Raul Castro last week.(AP Photo)

 
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