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What is still yet to be determined is the crime he was accused of and how long he was in prison.

Neither "El Caballero" nor his family members discussed this point in any of their interviews, other than reiterating his innocence.

His paternal grandparents were Bernabe Lopez and Manuela Rodriguez, both previously deceased.

His maternal grandparents were Manuel Lledin and Francisca Mendez, both living at the time of his birth.

Everyone, adults and children, spoke to him with utmost respect. Calzadilla (see below) contains a wealth of information, some of it conflicting, obtained from interviews with El Caballero, his family and acquaintances. Calzadilla was the last Psychiatrist who attended El Caballero at the Mazorra Hospital for Mental Illness in the outskirts of Habana.

The book contains a photo copy of El Caballero's birth certificate and of the passenger entry list when he arrived in Cuba.

Most reports agree that José Maria lost his reason and became "El Caballero" when he was arrested in late 1920 and sent to the prision at "El Castillo del Principe" in Habana for a crime he had not committed.

His father was Manuel Lopez Rodriguez, age 30, also born in Vilaseca, and his mother was Josefa Lledin Mendez, age 30, born in Negueira in the same Municipality and Province.Apparently none of the reporters in Cuba who wrote stories about "El Caballero" were able to find any record of his arrest and conviction.It is reported that in prison he learned the art of making pens from plumages (the old calligraphy pens).He always dressed in black, covered with a black cloak, even in the summer heat.He always carried a portfolio with papers and a bag where he carried his belongings.

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