His name is Andres Carrion Alvarez.
He is 38-years old and remains missing since courageously calling for "freedom" and "down with Communism" at Pope Benedict XVI's Mass in Santiago de Cuba.
Carrion Alvarez was violently removed from the premises by Castro's secret police.
Thanks to Hablalo Sin Miedo, he has been identified.
Now it's important that he is not forgotten.
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