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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 02, 2012
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(Studio: Lester Holt) A vigil outside the Cuban Interest Center in Washington in support of American contractor Alan Gross†, who has been jailed in Cuba for three years, shown.

(Havana: Mike Isikoff) The Cold War standoff over the fate of an American jailed in Cuba on smuggling charges examined; details given about his prison sentence, the family lawsuits and what Cuba wants in exchange: release of the "Cuban Five." [Wife Judy GROSS†- talks about her husband.] [Peter KORNBLEU‡, Cuban parliament president Ricardo ALARCON†- talk about the Gross case.] [In US jailhouse interview, Gerardo HERNANDEZ†- speaks.] The conspiracy case against Hernandez reviewed.

Holt, Lester;
Isikoff, Mike

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