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Castro’s two American hostages

Via Capitol Hill Cubans:

Castro's Two American Hostages

Since December 2009, the Castro regime has been holding American development worker, Alan Gross, as its hostage in Cuba.

It is now also holding a young American filmmaker, Timothy Tracy, hostage through its puppet-government in Venezuela.

According to AP:

U.S. diplomats have been given no access to a California man held in Venezuela for nearly two weeks in what his family on Monday called a “nightmare” that unfolded after he was accused of being a spy fomenting post-election unrest.

The family of Timothy Tracy, 35, told The Associated Press in a statement that “we hope that he is granted consular access very soon.”

U.S. President Barack Obama has said that the accusations against Tracy are “ridiculous.”

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