1. Tilt down from photo of late Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya to Christmas display on table inside home of his daughter, Rosa Maria Paya
2. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Rosa Maria Paya, daughter of Oswaldo Paya:
"We don't want anybody to suffer for this, we are already suffering enough and we don't believe Angel (Spanish citizen Angel Carromero) is at fault for this (vehicle crash that killed Paya), we think he's just another victim."
3. Close of Rosa Maria Paya's hands
Cuban Police handout - AP Clients Only
FILE: Havana - 30 July 2012
4. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Angel Francisco Carromero, Spanish citizen who was driving car during accident:
"I ask that the international community help me get out of here and not use an automobile accident that could have happened to anybody for political purposes."
FILE: La Gavina, Granma province - 25 July 2012
5. Mid of sign (Spanish) "High Concentration of Accidents"
6. Zoom in damaged tree where car crashed
7. Zoom out sign (Spanish) "Potholes" and cars driving by slowly
Cuban Police handout
FILE: La Gavina, Granma province - July 2012
8. STILLS: various of crashed vehicle
FILE: Havana - October 2003
9. Zoom out from signatures of "Varela" project to Oswaldo Paya in news conference ("Varela" project was a petition Paya led that gathered thousands of signatures calling for a referendum on rights such as freedom of speech and assembly)
10. Various of Paya arriving at Cuban National Assembly headquarters with signatures of "Varela" Project
FILE: Havana - 23 July 2012
11. Mid of mourners preparing Paya's coffin with flowers and portrait of Paya
12. Mid of Ofelia Acevedo, Oswaldo Paya's widow, and Paya's children next to his coffin
A Spaniard sentenced in Cuba to prison for the death of a prominent dissident will be allowed to fly back to Spain to serve the rest of his four-year term, authorities in both countries said on Friday.
27-year-old Angel Carromero, a Spanish regional political youth leader, was driving a car on 22 July that lost control and crashed, killing Oswaldo Paya, a passenger.
Paya was a well-known opponent of the Cuban government.
Paya's widow had asked that the Spaniard not be prosecuted, but a court eventually sentenced him to jail in October for the equivalent of vehicular manslaughter.
Carromero later asked to be able to serve his sentence in Spain.
Paya's daughter, Rosa Maria Paya, said on Friday the family was happy Carromero will be able to return home in time for Christmas.
"We don't want anybody to suffer for this, we are already suffering enough and we don't believe Angel is at fault for this, we think he's just another victim," Paya said.
Rosa Maria Paya said the family was still seeking an independent investigation into the death of her father, remaining convinced the Cuban government played a role in the car accident that led to his death.
The justice ministries for both Cuba and Spain negotiated Carromero's return to his country.
Neither specified a date for the transfer, but unofficial sources said it will be sometime before Christmas.
Aron Modig, a Swedish national and political activist who was also in the car at the time of the crash, said via Twitter that he had heard of Cuba's decision and that he was "very happy and relieved about it."
Modig was allowed to return to Sweden a little over a week after the accident.