In his first public words since landing in the U.S. after five years in a Cuban prison, Alan Gross says the two countries must move past their ''mutually belligerent'' policies. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Freed U.S. aid worker Alan Gross said on Wednesday Cuba and the United States had to move beyond "mutually belligerent" policies. Gross, speaking to the media after his release from Cuba, thanked U.S. President Barack Obama for all he had done to secure his release and said he did not blame the Cuban people for his ordeal. "Two wrongs never make a right. I truly hope that we can all get beyond these mutually belligerent policies," he said.