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Memorial List

Who died on Grenadian soil between
13 March 1979 and 7 November 1983?


DISCLAIMER: The names of the dead listed here are not drawn from original source material, but from secondary sources. The names are listed here with full acknowledgement of life-changing pain and loss. Names may be listed in error.

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Obviously many people died within 13 March 1979 and 7 November 1983 and each one is a sorrow and loss. The Memorial List below slants towards violent deaths related to political and military situations during that time span.

Acknowledgement to information posted on www.spiceisle.com/talkshop [now http://www.spiceislandertalkshop.com/talkshop] and elsewhere online, literature published on the Grenada Revolution, various periodicals, information from the 2006 Grenada Truth and Reconciliation Report, and the useful aid of responses to the information on this page.


Last Name, First Name, Middle Initial and/or Nickname, Position, Parish/Home, Nationality, Death Location, Date Of Death, Burial Location

Aldazaval, Vicente Reynol Fundora, Carpenter, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Alexander, Andy Sebastian, student of Institute for Further Education (IFE), Grenadian, Fort Rupert, 19 October 1983. Unknown burial site.

Alexander, Simon, GBSS student, Grenadian, Fort Rupert, gunshot wounds, 19 October 1983. Unknown burial site.

Alexis, Anthony, PRA, Grenadian, death from accidental gunshot wound.

Alexis, Glenn, PRA, Grenadian, on or around 25 October 1983 [not confirmed].

Antoine, Norman, St. David's, Grenada; PRA; accidental gunshot on 15 July 1979; died on 16 July 1979

Antoine, Roy/Ray, ‘Cocoabud’, PRA, St. Andrew's, Grenadian, killed on Dusty Highway, Grand Anse on or around 25 October 1983

'Atlas', Militia, St. Mark's, Grenada, killed at Beausejour on or around 25 October 1983 - information may be incorrect and not confirmed

Arzola, Emilio Garcia, Driver, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Bailey, Bernadette, student, Grenadian, died in the hospital from injuries resulting from the explosion at Queen's Park rally, 19 June 1980

Bain, Fitzroy, ‘Fitzy or Putt or the Mighty Teach"’, President, Agricultural and General Workers Union, Grenadian, executed at west wall of top square in Fort Rupert (1), 19 October 1983, body most likely burned at Calivigny Camp, Unknown

Bain, Norris, Minister of Housing, Grenadian, executed at west wall of top square in Fort Rupert (2), 19 October 1983, body most likely burned at Calivigny Camp, Unknown

Batista, Elio Vazquez, Bricklayer, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Baptiste, John, died as a result of pneumonia and other complications after being hospitalized for a period of days. These illnessess developed while the comrade was serving a cell sentence.

Bedeau, Franklin, owner of BBC Discotheque on Grand Anse, Gouyave, body disappeared 03/09-10/81, ostensibly death by car accident at White Gate, St. John's

Belmar, Gemma, student of St. Joseph's Convent, Grenville, Grenadian, (died later from gunshot wounds inflicted on 19 October at Fort Rupert), 1983

Bishop, Maurice, ‘Bish’, Prime Minister, Grenadian, executed at west wall of top square in Fort Rupert (3), 19 October 1983, body most likely burned at Calivigny Camp, Unknown

Blackette, PRA, L/Cpl, [not confirmed]

Boney, Godwin, PRA, St. John Street, Grenadian, killed in Grand Etang in accidental shooting 1979 or 1980, buried Wilberforce Bottom Cemetery

Brizan, Phillip, Hyacinth, 40, Lieutenant Grenada Police, Grenadian, killed at the Armoury 13 March 1979

Bullen, Evelyn, ‘Bratt’, Businessman, Grenadian, executed at west wall of top square in Fort Rupert (4), 19 October 1983, body most likely burned at Calivigny Camp, Unknown

Butcher, Kenneth Gary/John, US Navy-SEAL Team Six, Machinist Mate First Class, West Islip, New York, American, Pentagon Casualty List of 30 October, 1983, [Google Links]

Cala, Nelson Ramos, Bricklayer and Plumber, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Cartaya, Evelio Moreno, Driver, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Carter, Colin, ‘Reds’, Cpl PRA, St. Johns, Grenadian, killed in Calliste, Grand Anse/Dusty Highway on 25 October 1983, his body was one of those mistakenly sent to Cuba by US forces.

Charles, Evan, Militia, Grenadian, controversial death, tortured badly and killed by party of six on 17 November 1980

Charles, Joseph 'Yussuf Abdul', shot at Mt. Reuil, 19 September 1980

Charles, Michael "Jacks", ‘Small Head’, PRA, St. David, Grenadian, killed on Dusty Highway, Grand Anse, on or around 25 October 1983

Church, Blondell, Civilian, National Sports Secretariat Director, graduate of Howard University, Grenadian, killed at Grand Anse Carifta Cottages on 25 October 1983

Cline, Randy Eugene, Sp5., US Army-1st Ranger Battalion, Cloverdale/Belle Union, Indiana, American, Pentagon Casualty List of 30 October 1983 [Google Links]

Collings, Neil "Pecker", died from gunshot wounds.

Courtney, Andrew, Grenadian, one of four gunned down in their vehicle during controversial incident at Plains, on 17 November 1980

Courtney, Ignatious, died while undergoing treatment at the medical hospital.

Creft, Jacqueline, ‘Jackie’, Minister of Women's Affairs, Grenadian, executed at west wall of top square in Fort Rupert (5), 19 October 1983, body most likely burned at Calivigny Camp, Unknown

Crossier, Armando Figueroa, Mechanization, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

De Oca, Casto Regino Martinez Montes, Personnel Chief, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Dick, Fitzroy, died from accidental gunshot.

Dumont, Eric, estate agricultural worker, Grenadian, died at Fort Rupert, 19 October 1983. Unknown burial site.

Epps, Gary Lynn, Staff Sgt., US Army-82nd Airborne Division, Horton, Alabama, American, Pentagon Casualty List of 30 October 1983; died 26 October 1983, north of Pt. Salines [Google Links]

Ferguson, Avis, Clerk at Geo. F. Huggins, Grenadian, female civilian killed at Fort Rupert from gunshot wounds upon arrival of BTRs, 19 October 1983

Francis, Alston, PRA, L/Cpl, Munich, St. Andrew's, Grenadian, killed in Calliste, Grand Anse on or around 25 October 1983; or A.H. Francis, 25, PRA, disappeared sometime after October 6; conflicting information, unsurety whether the same A. Francis.

Garcia, Pedro Herrera, Oiler, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Giguere, John Patrick, Major, US Marines-22nd Marines, Jacksonville, North Carolina, American, Pentagon Casualty list of 3 November, 1983 [Google Links]

Gil, Oscar A. Nunez, 1st Lt., Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Grant, Cacademo, Agricultural Worker and Trade Unionist, Grenadian, died of natural causes, 16 December 1982

Harvey, Franklyn, PRA Private, died from accidental gunshot on 29 March 1981 at Camp Fedon, Calivigny

Grenier, Philip Sebastian, Sp4, US Army-2nd Ranger Battalion, Worcester, Massachusetts, American, Pentagon Casualty List of 30 October 1983 [Google Links]

Hayling, Keith, ‘PumpHead’, MNIB Production Manager and (Political) Lieutenant, Grenadian, executed at west wall of top square in Fort Rupert (6), 19 October 1983, body most likely burned at Calivigny Camp, Unknown

Hernandez, Duaquin Dalduera, ferrocement fishing boat crew member, Cuban, downed off Point Salines in a boating accident, 26 March 1980

Hernandez, Lazaro Ramon Alpizar, ideological secretariat helper, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Holder, Daniel, ‘Colours’, Militia, Grand Roy, St. John, Grenadian, killed at Beausejour on or around 25 October 1983

Hosten, Davis, ‘Recky’, PRA, St. Mark, Grenadian, killed at Beausejour on or around 25 October 1983 [not confirmed].

Houstoun, Jerry, Rasta, Grenadian of Moyah, died while at Hope Vale.

Humphrey, Laurice, student, Grenadian, killed by explosion at Queen's Park rally, 19 June 1980

James, Franklyn, died at Fort Rupert, 19 October 1983

Jeremiah, Anthony, student at Mirabeau Farm School, Grenadian, civilian killed by U.S. soldier who confused the guitar he was carrying for a weapon; or killed while swimming on 28 October 1983, or missing on 28 October 1983, or killed at the Farm School, buried at sea from the USS Midway—conflicting information

John, Ernest, 13-year-old Grenadian, accidently shot on 21 August 1984 when an American Military Policeman was cleaning his 45 calibre pistol.

John, Ethelbert, Mt. Rich, St. Patrick's, detained 30 November 1980 - died 27 November 1982 in detention

Lalsee, Stephen, Officer Cadet, Grenadian, one of four gunned down in their vehicle during controversial incident at Plains, 17 November 1980

Lannon, Kevin Joseph, Sgt. (Spec4), US Army-2nd Ranger Battalion, Dayton, Ohio, 28 October 1983 [Google Links]

Larraraga, Carlos Andres Diaz, America Department Official, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Larrinaga, Carlos Manuel Rodriguez, Engine Mechanic, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Layne, Simon, PRA, shot at Mr. Reuil Waterworks building on 4 July 1980

Leal, Juan Enedy Malagon, Planner, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Lucas, Keith Joseph, Captain, Pilot, US Army-Task Force 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, Granite City, Illinois, US Black Hawk Assault on Richmond Hill Prison, 26 October 1983 [Google Links]

Luketina, Sean Patrick, Sgt., SP4 radio operator, US Army-82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, NC [Google Links], wounded 1600 hours 27 October 1983 at Frequente, died 8 months later at Walter Reed Army Hospital

Lumpson, Anthony, died at 72 years of age, as the result of shrapnel wounds received near his home in Grenada. His wounds were so severe, he was transferred to the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, Washington, DC in an attempt to save his life.

Lundberg, Kevin Eric, US Navy-SEAL Team Six, Quartermaster First Class, Kodiak, Alaska, American, Pentagon Casualty List of 30 October, 1983, [Google Links]

Maitland, Evelyn Cecil, ‘Matie’, Businessman, Grenadian, executed at west wall of top square in Fort Rupert (7), 19 October 1983, body most likely burned at Calivigny Camp, Unknown

Mason, Raphael, PRA Warrant Officer II, Grenadian, killed at Ft.Rupert, died at hospital [in one account], 19 October, 1983

Mayers, Connie, ‘Bag-O-Bones’, PRA Officer Cadet, Grenadian, shot while leading first APC at Fort Rupert, died on way to hospital on 19 October 1983

Maynard, Marlin Roy, PFC, US Army-1st Ranger Battalion, Altus, Arkansas, American, Pentagon Casualty List of 30 October 1983 [Google Links]

McQueen, Godwin, ‘Bus-U or Bus-U-Belly’, Militia Commander, Grand Roy, St. John, Grenadian, killed at Beausejour on 25 October 1983

McSween or McQueen, Steve Forester, ‘Blackie’, WO, PRA, Grand Roy, St. John, Grenadian, PSIA counterattack Dusty Highway, Grand Anse, on 25 October 1983

Menendez, Sergio Au, Carpenter, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Mitchell, Davis ‘Rekkie’ or "Pecan", Victoria [originally Grand Roy], Grenadian, assume died on or around 25 October 1983 [not confirmed].

Mitchell, Joy, PRA, St. Andrew's, Grenadian, killed on Dusty Highway, Grand Anse on or around 25 October 1983

Moreno, Fidel Ramon Ortega, Cuban, Project Chief, on or around 25 October 1983

Morris, Stephen LeRoy, US Navy-SEAL Team Six, Hull Technician First Class, Plainfield, New Jersey, American, Pentagon Casualty List of 30 October, 1983, [Google Links]

Nathan, Glen, Grenadian, Fort Rupert, 19 October 1983

Noa, Amado Romero, Bricklayer, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Noel, Keith "Rasta", PRA, PFC, St. Andrew's, Grenadian, killed outside the Governor-General's Residence, 25 October 1983, body found years later during an excavation, buried on grounds of Governor-General's Residence

Noel, Scotilda 'Scottie' Ventour, Grenadian, Birchgrove businesswoman; National Women's Organization (NWO) leader; killed in vehicular accident in Grand Etang under controversial circumstances 2 November 1979

Noel, Vincent, ‘Vince’, Trade Union Leader, Grenadian, legs shattered during assault at Fort Rupert and left to die of loss of blood/shock or shot in the head, 19 October 1983, body most likely burned at Calivigny Camp, Unknown

Nolasco, Sergio Erico Grandales, Transportation Specialist, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Peters, Colin, PRA, St. John's, Grenadian, killed on Dusty Highway, Grand Anse on or around 25 October 1983 [not confirmed].

Peters, Dorset 'Ching', PRA Sergeant; Paradise, Grenada; Grenadian, allegedly killed by motorized unit at Fort Rupert, 19 October 1983

Phillip, Cleveland, ‘Papa’, Militia, Grand Roy, St. John, Grenadian, killed at Beausejour on or around 25 October 1983. He was 16-years-old.

Phillip, De Gale, died from drowning while on militia duties.

Phillip, Laureen, student, Grenadian, killed by explosion at Queen's Park rally, 19 June 1980

Phillip, Strachan, former PRA, Mt. Airy, St. Paul, Grenadian, controversial execution by the security forces and the Central Committee who sent them for, some believe, a crime never committed, 19 June 1980

Pierre, Keith, PRA, L/Cpl, killed on or around 25 October 1983

Pysadee, Godwin, Corporal, 34, Defence Force, died in cross-fire on 13 March 1979.

Quintana, Ramón, Cuban UNECA volunteer worker in Grenada, died when a bulldozer crushed him, 17 January 1982.

Rademacher, Mark Anthony, Sgt., US Army-1st Ranger Battalion, Aurora, New York, American, Pentagon Casualty List of 30 October 1983 [Google Links]

Ratliff, George, Captain, USAF navigator. A film documentary, issued October 2004 is titled "The Staircase" or "Soupçons" and directed by Jean-Xavier de LeStrade. In this documentary about a famous legal case in Durham, NC one person named is George Ratliff who is mentioned as dying in the 1983 Grenada Invasion. According to the Wikipedia entry under Elizabeth Ratliff "George Ratliff died under mysterious and unknown circumstances in a secret military operation during the Invasion of Grenada in 1983." Another source says the Urgent Fury information was rumor. Ratliff's funeral was held in Texas on 27 October 1983. The cause and exact location of his death is supposedly unknown.

Reyes, Lazaro Orgaz, Dump Truck Driver, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Ritz, Michael Francis, Capt., US Army-82nd Airborne Division, Petersburg, Virginia, American, Pentagon Casualty List of 30 October 1983, died 26 October 1983, north of Pt. Salines [Google Links]

Rivera, Victor Leal, Equipment Operator, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Roberts, Eugene, Grenadian, killed at Beausejour October 1983

Robertson, Errol, Grenadian, PRA Sgt., motorized unit, killed 25 October 1983 [not confirmed].

Robinson, Russell Lee, PFC, US Army-1st Ranger Battalion, Harpers Ferry, Iowa, American, Pentagon Casualty List of 30 October 1983 [Google Links]

Rodriguez, Sixto Ruben Sosa, Machine Technician and Driver, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Romain, Alleyne, Grenadian, 13-years-old, student of St. George's Senior School, admitted to Presentation Brothers College, killed at Fort Rupert, "bullet wounds all over his chest, 19 October 1983. Alleyne Romain's father, 19 June 2007 Anthony Romain's Statement via the Martyrs Foundation no longer available online.

Sanchez, Romilio Avila, Bricklayer, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Sayers, Martin, civilian, Maurice Paterson claims Sayers was killed in St. Paul's (at Maurice Bishop's house), buried in Guyana - controversial and incomplete information

Schamberger, Robert Rudolph, US Navy-SEAL Team Six, Senior Chief Engineman, Oakland, New Jersey, American, Pentagon Casualty List of 1 November, 1983,

Scharver, Jeffrey Richard, 1st Lt., US Marines-22nd Marines, Sneads Ferry, North Carolina, American, Pentagon Casualty list of 3 November, 1983 [Google Links]

Seagle or Segal, Jeb Franklin, Capt., US Marines-22nd Marines, Jacksonville, North Carolina, American, Pentagon Casualty List of 30 October 1983 [Google Links]

Sifontes, Jose Angel Rivero, Warehouse Chief, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Simon, Martin, Lt. Corporal of P.R.A., died at Fort Rupert, 19 October 1983

Slater, Stephen Eric, Sgt., US Army-2nd Ranger Battalion; Lacey, Washington [Google Links]

Smith, Barbara, died from injuries sustained during the Jeremiah Richardson Defence of the Homeland Manoeuvre.

Stanisclaus, Denis, Grenadian, one of four gunned down in their vehicle during controversial incident at Plains, 17 November 1980

Stanisclaus, Donald, Immigration Officer, Grenadian, one of four gunned down in their vehicle during controversial incident at Plains, 17 November 1980

Steele, Nelson 'Saltfish', dockworker & worker at Regal Cinema, Grenadian, Fort Rupert, gunshot wounds, 19 October 1983

Telesford, Glen, PRA, Grenadian, died in vehicular accident on Happy Hill, late 1982

Thomas, Elton, PRA, Cpl, St. David's, Grenadian, killed on Fort Rupert on or around 25 October 1983

Thompson, Ralph, ‘Ralphie’ or ‘Tuff-Tuff’, Grenadian, died at Richmond Hill Prison following ill- or mis-treatment, 25 October 1981, Wilberforce Cemetery. "I'll fight them from the grave" was his clarion call, according to a compatriot.

Trimiro, Jorge Jesus Hernandez, Electric Power Plant Helper, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

[Unnamed Grenadian] A second Grenadian, in addition to Anthony Lumpson (see above), died in a US hospital.

Vento, Jorge Evidio Amaran, Mechanic, Cuban, on or around 25 October 1983

Whiteman, H.E. Unison, ‘Unie’, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Grenadian, executed at west wall of top square in Fort Rupert (8), 19 October 1983, body most likely burned at Calivigny Camp, unknown

Williams, Cosmoa 'Smiley', Died from accidental gunshot; names on Training School

Williams, Fitzroy "Mashie", PRA Officer Cadet from Carriacou, died 18 November 1982 from injuries sustained from vehicular accident; Camp Fitzroy Willima, Belair, Region A, Carriacou.

Williams, Joseph 'Ras Bateye', Grenadian, controversial cause of death, 25 June 1980 - According to author Maurice Paterson in his book Future of the Past, p. 29 -

“They [villagers of Mt. Rich] spoke of the man, Bateye found under a bridge, torso one spot, hand and legs distributed all over, a faceless head---recognised only by his boots. The soldiers' version is that Bateye was on his way to blow up the bridge, severing St. Patrick from St. Andrew. Some people had a different version. Bateye had been arrested and a grenade stuck in his mouth, or tied to his chest and the pin removed when he still refused to give the info. To this day there is a dark spot hanging over Bateye's death, with rumours competing with each other.”

Yamane, Mark Okamura, SP4, US Army-1st Ranger Battalion, Seattle, Washington, American, Pentagon Casualty List of 30 October 1983 [Google Links]

Young, Dennis, died from accidental gunshot in Militia Base (Camp Blunt).


Memorial Plaque

Memorial Plaque to Those Executed At Fort Rupert
©2002, photo by Ann Wilder

A special note taken from Caribbean scholar Gordon Lewis in Grenada: The Jewel Despoiled -

For the handful of soldiers and workers, both Grenadian and Cuban, who organized their pockets of resistance against the helicopter gunships and the navy bombers of the U.S. invaders in October 1983, often with nothing much more than rifles, are as much the hero-martyrs of Caribbean freedom as were, before them, all those other forces.


MILITARY COMBAT DEATHS: The Memorial List contains names of Cubans (24), Grenadians (19) and US Soldiers (19) who died in combat on and after 25 October 1983. Another account puts the number of Grenadians who died during Urgent Fury at 28; not sure if the figure is a combo of military and civilian deaths other than the additional 17 residents of the Mental Hospital. The Cuban figures appear to be exact. The US figures most likely include servicemen killed in accidents. Four Navy Seals drowned 24 October 1983 and are usually not included in totals as their status is termed 'undetermined'; however, they are listed here. Grenadian figures are most prone to error, though in an unpublished manuscript the head of Grenadian forces, Ewart Layne, says "upwards ot 20 men" were killed in combat. A generally accepted figure is 45 total Grenadian deaths, but that figure includes military and civilians.

In his blog at Blue House Tavern dated Sunday, October 26, 2008, former Sgt. Patrick O'Kelley relates that a fellow soldier had reminded him that October 25th was Saint Crispin's Day. Sergeant, thank you for this. O'Kelley found the quote below in Shakespeare's 'Henry V':

From this day to the ending of the world,
But we in it shall be remembered;
We few we happy few, we band of brothers;
For he today that sheds his blood with me
Shall be my brother, be he ne'er so vile,
This day shall gentle his condition:
And gentlemen in England now abed
Shall think themselves accursed they were not here,
And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks
That fought with us upon Saint Crispin's day.

CIVILIAN DEATHS DURING THE TIME OF US TROOPS: Grenadian civilians who died, according to one source, is put at 24 which includes the 21 patients at the Mental Hospital whose names are not available and not on the list above. Another account puts the number of Grenadian civilian deaths at 45 with 17 from the Mental Hospital and 28 others. Adkin notes that one prisoner "was shot dead in his cell" in Wednesday, 26 October 1983 during the time of an escape attempt while there were sufficient guards. The name of that prisoner is listed above. A Pentagon source is reported to have said that 24 of the Grenadian dead were civilians, and two were members of the People's Revolutionary Army (PRA). Obviously you can see the combat figure of 2 PRA are nowhere near the 'official' figure below. Over 350 civilians were wounded on Grenada.

DEATHS AT FORT RUPERT: Also listed above are people who died at Fort Rupert 19 October 1983, including the 8 who were executed. This may also include errors and omissions.

'CASUALTIES' means killed and wounded.


The casualty toll from the periodical "Army," December 1983, by Dan Cragg.

"US forces: 18* killed in action (includes nine Rangers, two paratroopers); 115 wounded in action (14 by friendly fire).

Another report from the Congressional Research Service, U.S. Library of Congress reveals those killed as Hostile Casualty: Army=11, Navy=4, Air Force=0, Marine Corps=3 for a total of 18*. The table shows 1 non-Hostile Army death.

NOTE *U.S. Army soldier Sean Luketina died later at Walter Reed Army Hospital from wounds received during Operation Urgent Fury bringing the total of U.S. servicemen killed to 19.

Cuban forces: Estimated 25 killed; 57 wounded; 634 taken prisoner.

Grenadian—People's Revolutionary Army: Estimated 45 killed in action; a 2013 Memorial Marker lists 13 killed; 337 wounded; 68 captured."


WEBMASTER'S NOTE: A memorial for all those listed can be a pledge of our collective memory. At this time, there are threevmemorials on Grenadian soil; one in honor of US servicemen, the other is the plaque photographed above on that weeping wall at Ft. Rupert/George, and the third presented in 2013 about the 13 Grenadians killed on or around 25 October 1983. In 2006, the Maurice Bishop Memorial Highway name was set into reality by a large sign and renaming of the road. We can promote healing by including all those killed, rather than rubbing open the scars of old wounds by indulging in exclusiveness.

Many of the names here, especially US service personnel, are honored in memory by way of lists and/or long tributes. Those links/tributes that are known are marked [Google Links]. The page becomes more interesting as details are posted. If you have additional information, please notify the webmaster.


DISCLAIMER:The names of the dead listed here are not drawn from original source material, but from secondary sources. Names may be listed in error.

Apologies for any errors:
“The report of my death was an exaggeration”

Mark Twain


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