When Miami sports agent Juan Ignacio Hernandez Nodar, 51, flew into Miami Friday after spending 13 years in a Cuban jail, he felt a bit like Rip Van Winkle. The small children he had left behind were all grown up and Miami had sprouted a new skyline.Hernandez, who tried to help Orlando "El Duque Her ... More >>
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From the issue of September 20, 2001
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