Amnesty International calls for review of the case of the Cuban Five

 ”In a report sent to the US government and released today [October 13, 2010] Amnesty International outlines its concerns about the fairness of the trial of five men convicted in 2001 of acting as intelligence agents for Cuba and related charges…

“In a letter to US Attorney General Eric Holder on 4 October, enclosing its report — The Case of the ‘Cuban Five’, AI Index AMR 51/093/2010 — Amnesty International said that, while it did not take a position on whether the five men were guilty or innocent of the charges against them, it believed there were doubts about the fairness and impartiality of the trial which have not been resolved on appeal. (More)

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