• Filiberto Ojeda Ríos

    Filiberto Ojeda Ríos

    Filiberto Ojeda Ríos (April 26, 1933 – September 23, 2005) was the commander-in-chief ("Responsable General") of the Boricua Popular Army (Ejército Popular Boricua, a.k.a., Los Macheteros). According to an unsigned article in the Los Angeles Times , Los Macheteros was "a group seeking Puerto Rico's independence." The group campaigned for, and supported, the independence of Puerto Rico from the United States. In 2001, FBI Director Louis J. Freeh claimed the group was linked to acts of terrorism, but Ronald Fernandez, scholar of Puerto Rican history, suggests such labeling was an act of political convenience by the United States Government, intended to "shift the blame for any attacks on U.S. policy or personnel from us to them". Ríos was also a founder of the FALN. In a 1983 New York Times article, Robert McFadden described the FALN as a Puerto Rican terrorist organization responsible for bombings during the 1970s and early 1980s "in the name of Puerto Rican independence".

  • Gilberto Ojeda Camacho

    Gilberto Ojeda Camacho

    Gilberto Ojeda Camacho (born 7 March 1957) is a Mexican politician from the Institutional Revolutionary Party. From 2006 to 2009, he served as Deputy of the LX Legislature of the Mexican Congress representing Sinaloa.

  • Riós


    Riós is a municipality in the Spanish province of Ourense, in the autonomous community of Galicia. It has a population of 2032 (Spanish 2006 Census) and an area of 114 km².

  • Ríos

    Rios or Ríos are Spanish, Portuguese, and Galician surnames. The name has numerous origins. In Germany, Italy, France, UK, and the Americas the Ríos surname can also be found in the surname history books. The name was derived from the Spanish word "Rio," which means "river" (pronounced: Ree-Oess).

  • Fabian Rios (actor)

  • Las Moscas, Entre Rios

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