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Three brilliant plans to secure the release of Alan Gross from Carlos Saladrigas’ Cuba Study Group

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Carlos Saladrigas, AKA, the "Silk Worm"

All the millions of dollars Carlos Saladrigas has poured into his Cuba Study Group from his personal fortune seem to be paying off. Saladrigas created the group to help promote his agenda of eliminating sanctions against the Castro dictatorship in Cuba while maintaining the murderous regime in power. With the sanctions gone or severely curbed, Saladrigas can then cash in on the business relationship he has developed with the Castro brothers.

One of the duties of the Cuba Study Group, besides lobbying for the Castro dictatorship in Washington D.C. and defending them in the press, is coming up with alternatives to the current policy the U.S. has towards Cuba. In the Huffington Post yesterday, the group's Deputy Executive Director, Ricardo Herrero, came up with three brilliant plans that he believes will help secure the release of Alan Gross, the kidnapped American aid worker currently being held for ransom in Cuba by the Castro regime. What makes these three plans so brilliant is their sheer simplicity. Although each is slightly different in its approach, they are all based on a single premise that is nothing short of pure genius and will surely work wonders in winning the release of Alan Gross.

Here is what the three plans boil down to:

Plan 1: Reward the Castro dictatorship for their lawless act

Plan 2: Reward the Castro dictatorship for their lawless act

Plan 3: Reward the Castro dictatorship for their lawless act

I can only begin to imagine the genius that will continue to pour out of the Cuba Study Group when Saladrigas pours in a few more million.

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