Activists Announce Caravan Against Terrorism in Miami

Activists Announce Caravan Against Terrorism in MiamiWashington, Oct 2 .- Cuban emigre organizations that are part of the coalition Alianza Martiana announced that a caravan against terrorism will drive through the main streets of the city of Miami on Saturday.

Participants will demand the release of four of the Cuban Five who remain in U.S. prisons: Gerardo Hernandez, Ramon Labañino, Antonio Guerrero and Fernando Gonzalez, according to a press release from the National Committee to Free the Cuban Five.

Along with Rene Gonzalez, the four men were arrested on Sept. 12, 1998, in Miami while monitoring the plans of terrorist groups based there.

Rene Gonzalez served his entire sentence and a period of supervised release, and following a process that led to the loss of U.S. citizenship, he is living in Cuba.

Caravan participants also will demand the prosecution of real terrorist organizations of right-wing extremist Cuban-Americans who are freely walking the streets of Miami.

The caravan is one of a number of activities taking place from September 5 to October 6 in solidarity with the cause of the Cuban Five, the 15th year since their wrongful arrest and imprisonment. (Prensa Latina)