Castro Resends Ransom Note for U.S. Hostage

Thursday, April 10, 2014
hos·tage (noun) \ˈhäs-tij\: a person who is captured by someone who demands that certain things be done before the captured person is freed

Once again, the Castro regime has sent a "diplomatic" ransom note for the release of its hostage, American development worker Alan Gross.

From Castro's Foreign Ministry:

The Cuban government reiterates its willingness to find, together with the US government, a solution to the case of Mr. Gross that is acceptable for both parties, taking into account Cuba’s humanitarian concerns with regard to three of the Five Cubans who have remained unjustly imprisoned in the United States for more than fifteen years.