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Those Who Died with General Antonio Luna y Novicio-Ancheta of Badoc, Ilocos Norte

In the Image: Is the rare photograph of the dead General Antonio Luna & Array of Murdered Heroes by Fellow Filipinos

General Antonio Luna y Novicio-Ancheta perished with Colonel Francisco \u201cPaco\u201d Roman and later on Major Manuel Bernal and Captain Jose Bernal were purged and murdered in the battlefront.

Colonel Francisco "Paco" Roman, General Luna's Aide-de-Camp.

Colonel Roman (An Ilocano-Ibanag born Oct. 4, 1869 in Alcala, Cagayan), came to his defense but was shot to death. Captain Rusca also tried to assist the stricken general but was shot in the leg. He took refuge in the nearby church.
As Luna fell on the convent yard, all he could say was "Cow....ards! As...sas...sins!"

The following day, Luna was buried with military honors but the assassins went free.
After Luna's death, Aguinaldo ordered all chiefs of brigades under Luna arrested.

Some were killed like Major Manuel Bernal who was tortured first and his brother Captain Jose Bernal who was released but was later assassinated at Candaba, Pampanga Province, on June 16, 1899.

Aguinaldo also ordered the disarming of two companies suspected of being pro-Luna.

On the same day, the San Francisco Call also came out with the news of Luna's death, blaming Aguinaldo for the murder:
On June 14, 1899, the New York Times reported Luna's assassination, described the fiery general as "one of the most intelligent and turbulent of the Filipino leaders," and added that "Aguinaldo was in mortal terror of him."
On the same day, the San Francisco Call also came out with the news of Luna's death, blaming Aguinaldo for the murder.

During the initial stage of the Philippine Revolution fellow Filipinos were also murdered

Supremo Gat Andres Bonifacio y de Castro, Ciriaco Bonifacio and Procopio Bonifacio were all murdered in cold blood, setting aside Gregoria de Jesus\u2019 (wife of the Supremo) rape by Colonel Agapito Bonzon and Colonel Ignacio Pau (Aguinaldo\u2019s henchmen).

Delmar Topinio Taclibon, Bt., DRK, KRSS, MBA, Ph.D.D.A. \u2013 inprog.

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