In April 2003, seventy-five self-styled Cuban "dissidents" were tried, convicted, and sentenced to long prison terms for acting as paid agents of Washington, organizing to undermine the revolutionary government of Cuba. This is the inside story. Who the "dissidents" are. How they were organized, financed, and directed. Based on testimony of Cuban revolutionaries who infiltrated their ranks and gave evidence at the trials. It is also a portrait of the revolutionary men and women who, for more than forty-five years have been capable of carrying out such difficult and dangerous undercover assignments in defense of the working people of Cuba.