Cuban Prisoners

NPR's David Welna reports that some 2,400 Cubans in U.S. detention who have completed their sentences, are still in jail because of a 1996 law that says they must be sent back to Cuba. Advocates for the Cubans say it is unfair to keep them in jail indefinitely after they have served their time.

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