Cuban religious personalities extended their solidarity with the cause of the Cuban anti-terrorist fighters who were given unfair prison sentences in the United States for considering it as a venerable example of commitment to the well-being of their fellow men.
Parliamentarians from a dozen of countries, religious leaders, lawyers, public officials, artists, activists and other personalities are gathering in Washington DC since Wednesday for the 3rd Campaign in Solidarity with the five Cuba anti-terrorist fighters, who were given unfair prison sentences in the United States.
Organizations of Cuba's emigration in Miami that are part of the Marti Alliance demanded the return of Gerardo Hernandez, Ramon Labañino, Antonio Guerrero and Fernando Gonzalez, Cuban antiterrorists unfairly condemned in the United States.
The case of the Cuban Five must be better known by lawyers and by the American people, given its humane, political and legal values, said Law Professor at the Washington University and Virginia's Lee University Erick Luna.
Cyber-activists from 28 countries championed on Wednesday the necessary technological sovereignty of Latin America and the Caribbean as immediate weapon to combat the imperial media hegemony.