Oscar Zeta Acosta

Acosta in [[Caesars Palace]], [[Las Vegas]], {{circa}}{{nbsp}}March–April 1971 Oscar "Zeta" Acosta Fierro (; April 8, 1935 – disappeared 1974) was a Mexican-American attorney, politician, novelist and activist in the Chicano Movement. He was most well known for his novels ''Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo'' (1972) and ''The Revolt of the Cockroach People'' (1973), and for his friendship with American author Hunter S. Thompson. Thompson characterized him as a heavyweight Samoan attorney, Dr. Gonzo, in his 1971 novel ''Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas''. Acosta disappeared in 1974 during a trip in Mexico and is presumed dead. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Acosta, Oscar Zeta
    Published 1974
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    by Acosta, Oscar Zeta
    Published 1972
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    by Acosta, Oscar Zeta
    Published 1996
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