Published June 26, 2012Fox News Latino
A convicted Cuban spy who finished his U.S. prison time is again asking a federal judge to allow him to return to Cuba to serve probation.
The attorney for René González says in recent court papers that his client has complied with all probation requirements since his October release from prison.
González served about 13 years for his role in a ring that prosecutors say spied on Cuban exiles and tried to infiltrate military bases and political bases.
González and four others still imprisoned are known as the "Cuban Five" and celebrated as heroes in Cuba. The Castro government says the spies were sent to infiltrate exile groups planning terrorist attacks against Cuba.
JG: This piece of "news" is really funny. Fox says that Rene was trying to infiltrate "political bases." Is that where Obama and Romney keep the millions of dollars that idiots throughout the U.S. send them? Welcome to Silly Land!
Recently, this "spy" was allowed to return to Cuba, to visit a sick relative.
The case of the Cuban Five is like the blockade/embargo against Cuba that both Obama and Romney support.
It is the HATE, stupid!