Cuba: Human Values of one of the Cuban Five Held in the USA Highlight

Havana, Oct 3. -The lawyer Roberto Gonzalez, Rene Gonzalez'' bother, one of the Cuban Five antiterrorist fighters held in the United States since 1998, remarked the nobility that had characterized his brother since he was a little boy.He had always been my protector and when he was a child it was really easy to be his youngest brother, Roberto Gonzalez said in an inteview published this weekend in Juventud Rebelde newspaper.

Rene wanted to be a pilot "because two of our cousins were pilots, but above all, one of them who was our childhood cousin that died in a plane accident," he reminded.

He said his brother got in a plane for the first time when he was five years old and that marked him for good. "He went mad everywhere he saw a plane," he said remembering his childhood.

He studied in Camilitos Military School and when he finished his Military Service, he went to Angola as internationalist.

It was very difficult for him to study aviation, he pointed out; but he finally managed to entered Agriculture Aviation School.

Gerardo Hernandez, Rene Gonzalez, Ramon Labañino, Antonio Guerrero and Fernando Gonzalez are serving excesive sentences for keeping informed our country on terrorist plans from the anticuban groups based in the United States.

After his release on October 7 this year, Rene Gonzalez will have to serve three years of supervised release in the US territory. (Prensa Latina)