Gary Prado Salmón, Bolivian Captor of Che Guevara, Dies at 84

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Gen. Gary Prado Salmón, who as a Bolivian Army captain led the operation that captured the Argentine revolutionary Che Guevara, a critical ally of Fidel Castro’s in the Cuban revolution, in 1967, died on May 6 in a hospital in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. He was 84.

His son Gary Prado Arauz announced the death on Facebook but did not give a cause.

After leaving Cuba in 1965, Mr. Guevara tried and failed to stoke a Communist revolution movement in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo, and…

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