The Empty Grave of Comrade Bishop

By The Washington Post

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Grenada’s revolutionary leader, Maurice Bishop, was executed in a coup in 1983. Seven other people, members of his cabinet and friends, were killed alongside him. The whereabouts of their remains are unknown. Now, in a series two years in the making, The Washington Post’s Martine Powers discovers new information about the 40-year-old mystery, including the role the U.S. played in shaping the fate of this Caribbean nation.

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Episode 6: ‘I know what I saw’
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Episode 5: ‘An ugly, dirty job’
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Episode 4: ‘The Army wants to look at some bodies’
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Episode 3: “We brought them to Calivigny”
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Episode 2: “We all had great expectations”
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Episode 1: “Somebody knows”
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Introducing “The Empty Grave of Comrade Bishop”
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