After a worker called 911, Alfaro says the plant manager, Michael Leblanc, gathered up the workers to scare them straight.
And what's more, they 've got that Alfaro revolution on down there!
Murillo's house is still standing in the Plaza de Alfaro in the old Ghetto.
A series of revolutionary movements against the administration of President Alfaro occurred in the course of the next few years.
Years after, Palomino became sufficiently intimate with Alfaro, to ask him what he thought of Castillo's sarcastic inscription.
When that was done, Alfaro embarked in them with thirty musqueteers, and set sail towards Guavra.