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The Resentencing Process

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On October 13, 2009, in the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida took place the sentencing hearing of Antonio Guerrero, during which, the same Judge that in December 2001 condemned him to a life sentence plus 10 years, was obliged to admit that in Antonio’s case does not exist evidence of gathering nor transmitting secret information. However, she imposed him an unfair sentence of 21 years and 10 months of imprisonment plus 5 years of supervised release.

The sentencing hearings for Fernando González and Ramón Labañino took place on December 8, 2009. The original sentence of Fernando González (19 years)   was changed to 17 years and 9 months of imprisonment, while the Ramon Labañino’s sentence (life plus 18 years) was reduced to 30 years of imprisonment.

Actual Sentences:

Gerardo Hernández       2 life terms plus 15 years

Ramón Labañino           30 years

Antonio Guerrero           21 years and 10   months

Fernando González      17 years and 9 months

René González             15 years.  In this moment René is in supervised release for 3 years.

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