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to the U.S. government's denial to approve visas, Gerardo Hernandez
Nordelo has not seen his wife for 13 years. Rene Gonzalez, who is
currently on parole in Florida, was not able to see his wife until this
year's visit to Cuba, when his brother Roberto Gonzalez passed away.
For the 13 years he was incarcerated she was never allowed to visit and
still cannot see him in the U.S. while on parole!
in the Cuban 5 have not seen their parents, wives and children with
regularity. The U.S. government has taken prolonged periods of time to
issue them visas.
U.S. government's denial of visitation rights is a cruel and horrible
form of psychological torture. Their rationale for denial is ridiculous
and baseless; none of these family members are a threat to national
are asking people to fax or mail out this letter to Ms. Navanetham
Pillay, The NEW High Commissioner of Human Rights of the Office for
Human Rights-United Nations Office at Geneva. We are asking her to
intercede on behalf of the Cuban 5's mothers/wives to pressure the U.S.
government to grant them VISAs to visit their husbands/sons!!
Together our letters can make a difference! Send one out and forward this message to all your friends, contacts, and family!
Help reunite these families! Send your letter out today!
Sign it and mail or fax to:
Ms. Navanetham Pillay, High Commissioner of Human Rights
Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights-United Nations Office at Geneva
8-14 Avenue de la Paix 1211
Geneva 10, Switzerland