Fernando Fernández, a private investigator based in Puerto Rico, contributed in the recently released documentary Macho: The Hector Camacho Story. The documentary, which was directed by Eric Drath, highlights the life of Hector “Macho” Camacho, a Puerto Rican boxer with a life full of highs and lows that while being at the top of the world as a boxer, battled with inner demons within him. He was murdered in 2012, and to this day, no arrests have been made.
Fernández’s work with the documentary consisted in contributing as an investigator and consultant gathering information about the suspect of the murder surrounding events, and family members to produce the documentary. This collaboration lasted for about a month. His name appears in the credits as “International Private Investigator”.
Fernández feels honored to have contributed to the creation of a documentary about one of his country’s heroes: “Grateful to the producer Eric Drath for allowing me to be part of the production of this super documentary. It was such a great task and honored to have helped sharing the story of one of Puerto Rico’s most beloved figures in the world of boxing.”