In 1960 Bernardo Benes, a lawyer, fled his home in Cuba. Quickly making a name for himself in Miami, he became a leading advocate for exile causes in South Florida. Making 75 secret trips to Cuba - where he met with Castro for Presidents Carter and Reagan - Benes reunited divided families and was the catalyst behind Castro's release of thousands of Cuban political prisoners. Despite his extraordinary achievements for Miami's Cuban community, Benes became, and remains, a pariah there. Hear Benes's story - and read a powerful expose of the power and passions of Cuban Miami.