Rene Gonzalez, one of the Five Cuban anti-terrorists jailed in the US, submitted an appeal to a court in Miami proposing changes in his supervised liberty (he was released on parole) to return home.
The appeal reminds that Rene met each and every demand from he left prison on October 7 after remaining 12 years behind bars and along the past eight months he just left the US territory with a Federal permit to visit his ill brother in Cuba during the stipulated time.
Similar petition was submitted before his excarceration and the Judge then imposed three-year supervised liberty to monitor his behavior, reminds the document the media circulated.
He finally reminds that the additional penalty prevents his integration to the family and to society in Cuba.
Rene, together with comrades Gerardo Hernandez, Ramon Labanino, Antonio Guerrero and Fernando Gonzalez, were sentenced in the US in 1998 for monitoring Miami-based terrorist groups whose hostility is source of at least 3,000 deaths and more than 2,000 mutilated in Cuba through five decades.
The other four anti-terrorists remain jailed in the US despite the world campaigns pro immediate unconditional release.