Five years as Cuba's prisoner

"Where the hell are they?" Alan Gross says he asked himself about the U.S. government in his second week of captivity in Cuba

When Cuban authorities locked him up for helping its citizens get unrestricted Internet access, Alan Gross figured he would be out in a jiffy -- after all, he was working for the U.S. government. But after two weeks, he knew he was in trouble and wondered why the people at the U.S. Agency for International Development who had hired him hadn't come to his rescue.

Gross was an electronics consultant hired by USAID to set up independent Internet connections in Cuba, an illegal activity because it bypassed censorship in the communist country. His efforts landed him in custody for five years until he was released last December on the same day the U.S. released three Cubans it held. Gross tells Scott Pelley about his ordeal and his activities that led up to his arrest in his first interview. Pelley's report, which also contains an interview with Gross' wife, Judy, will be broadcast on 60 Minutes Sunday, Nov. 29 at 7:30 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. PT.