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louboutin sale HAVANA — A second member of the “Cuban Five” returned to the Caribbean island and a hero’s welcome Friday, a day after leaving a prison in the United States, where he spent 15 years behind bars on spy-related charges. Fernando Gonzalez , 50, four others were arrested in 1998 and convicted in 2001 in Miami on charges including conspiracy and failure to register as foreign agents in the U.S. Prosecutors argued at trial that they sought to infiltrate military bases and monitored militant Cuban exile groups opposed to the communist government in Havana. Havana maintains the men were only keeping tabs on the exile groups to prevent terrorist attacks in Cuba. Rene Gonzalez — no relation — was the first to finish his sentence in 2011. He returned to Cuba last year after serving part of a judge-imposed period of supervised release and renouncing his American citizenship. Three others are still behind bars in the United States. “Those of us who love (Fernando Gonzalez) and admire him celebrate him today,” fellow agent Gerardo Hernandez, who is still in prison, said in a statement published by Cuban media. A celebratory concert in honor of the Cuban Five was planned for Saturday night at the University of Havana. Fernando Gonzalez was originally sentenced to 19 years, but that was reduced on appeal along with the sentences of two others. The case of the Cuban Five has sometimes been linked to that of Alan Gross, a U.S. government subcontractor who was arrested in Cuba in 2009 and sentenced to 15 years under a statute covering crimes against the state.