Remembering 25 Years Agoâ€”February 1981
William TomÃ¡s SantamarÃa Cabrera, 22, and his uncle, Roberto Elvis Cabrera Otero, both Nicaraguan citizens, disappear mysteriously after passing through a border post from Nicaragua to Honduras. The family later receives information that the two men had been kidnapped by a group of Contrasâ€”Alejandro Moncada BeltrÃ¡n, Leslie Amador, Oscar Baldelomar, Delgadillo Baldelomar, Guillermo Gasteazoro and Fabricio Castilloâ€”all of whom were former Nicaraguan National Guardsmen involved in stealing cars and bringing them to Guatemala. The Cabrerasâ€™ car enters Guatemala on March 11, 1981, driven by Moncada BeltrÃ¡n, who is accompanied by an unknown man using Roberto Elvis Cabrera Oteroâ€™s passport.
â€œHonduras: The Facts Speak for Themselves.â€ The Preliminary Report of the National Commissioner for the Protection of Human Rights in Honduras. Human Rights Watch; July 1994.