XPediente to Profile Famous Disappearances of the Cuban Revolution

XPediente to Profile Famous Disappearances of the Cuban Revolution

Xpediente special to air on Mega TV on May 14th


Miami, FL–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–May 14, 2007–WSBS-Mega TV Channel 22 announced today that Xpediente, Mega TV’s new investigative news program, will do a special feature on the Cuban Revolution. The program, entitled “Missing Persons of the Revolution,” will give viewers real-life stories about some of the most famous missing person’s cases within the government led suppression of the insurgence. “Missing Persons of the Revolution” will air on Monday, May 14, 2007 at 9:00p.m., and will be hosted by the widely known and respected investigative journalist and correspondent, Allan Villafaña.

A few of the stories this special will cover include those of Camilo Cienfuegos, Ernesto “Che” Guevara and Osvaldo Fructuoso Rodriguez, all victims of the state castrista. Rodriguez, only 23 years old at the time of his cruel death, fell during the Humboldt 7 Massacre in 1957. These individuals are just a few of the many revolutionaries who perished at the hands of Fidel Castro’s rise to power.

In addition to the cases mentioned above, the program will also detail the stories of the executions of General Arnaldo Ochoa and Tony of the Guard, as well as the case of Robertico Robaina and Carlos Aldana, who were forced out of the Communist Party after holding prominent positions of power and prestige for several years.

Xpediente a groundbreaking program that brings the viewing audience to the scene of the crime of open or unresolved cases. Through the meticulous reconstruction and reproduction of these cases, possible suspects are identified using physical evidence, photographs, videos, testimonies and confessions — hopefully bringing criminals to justice. “Missing Persons of the Revolution” an Xpediente Special on May 14th, don’t miss it – on MegaTV.

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XPediente to Profile Famous Disappearances of the Cuban Revolution