It is vitally important that the information contained in these documents go beyond the confines of the Court battle, so that supporters, jurists, law students, and all activists in support of the Five can become familiar with one more aspect of the U.S. government's political prosecution of the Five.
Forums at law schools and other university faculties, public meetings, and media exposure are just some of the ideas for using this new evidence, which is contained in Gerardo's Habeas Corpus appeal, as well as that of all the Cuban Five.
These new Spanish translations, as well as the English originals and dozens of other important legal documents in the history of the case of the Cuban Five, are available on the Legal Resources page of our website.
* Affidavit (English)
* Affidavit (Spanish)
* Memorandum (English)
* Memorandum (Spanish)
National Committee to Free the Cuban Five