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The Maravilla Hill case (Caso del Cerro Maravilla in Spanish) is the name given by Puerto Rican media to the events ocurred on July 25, 1978 at the Maravilla Hill in Puerto Rico in which two young Puerto Rican pro-independence activists, Carlos Soto Arriví and Arnaldo Darío Rosado, were killed in a police ambush.
It was later known in a P.R. Senate investigation that the two activists were enticed into bombing a TV tower on top of Puerto Rico's Maravilla Hill by an undercover agent, Alejandro Gonzalez Malavé.
Arnaldo Darío Rosado, Carlos Soto Arriví.
People linked to the Maravilla Hill case