After 1/1/ 1959 the above gentleman’s main stock-in-trade was leading the chants of “Paredon!-Paredon!” on his radio show.
Even Time Magazine (!!!) had his number, denouncing him as Castro’s Goebbels.
Most Cubans of the time called him “La Cotorra de Castro” (Castro’s parrot)
So despicable were his actions and so slavishly did he serve Castro’s Stalinist regime that in July 1960 Cuban-freedom fighters of the group Resistencia Agramonte (many of them former anti-Batista fighters, btw) attempted to assassinate him in an ambush.
The freedom-fighters escaped but two innocent Cuban youths, Roberto Cruz and Balbino Diaz, were grabbed, charged with the attempt, and murdered by firing squad in La Cabana.
Many exiles know that Pardo Llada knew the boys were innocent but did nothing to save their lives. Oscar Haza pointedly asked Pardo Llada about this event when he was his guest.
You will search the “hard-hitting” and “investigative” Miami Herald story in utter, utter, utter vain for any hint of any of the above, though dozens of first hand witnesses to Pardo Llada’s criminal swinishness probably live within a five mile radius of the Miami Herald building.