Gerardo Hernandez, right, a member of “The Cuban Five,” touches the belly of his pregnant wife, Adriana Perez, during a concert in Havana on Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014. The pregnancy came through artificial insemination while Hernandez was being held in the U.S.
Gerardo Hernandez, right, a member of “The Cuban Five,” touches the belly of his pregnant wife, Adriana Perez, during a concert in Havana on Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014. The pregnancy came through artificial insemination while Hernandez was being held in the U.S. Ramon Espinosa AP
Gerardo Hernandez, right, a member of “The Cuban Five,” touches the belly of his pregnant wife, Adriana Perez, during a concert in Havana on Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014. The pregnancy came through artificial insemination while Hernandez was being held in the U.S. Ramon Espinosa AP

Diplomaculate conception? U.S. helped Cuban spy impregnate wife from prison

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