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Chapter 5

Trial and Execution
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Lece Cruz

on 4 February 2014

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Transcript of Chapter 5

Last Moments
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READY. AIM. FIRE!!!!!
Rizal died at 7:30am
"Long Live Spain" and
"Death to Traitors"
Band played Marcha de Cadiz
Marching to Bagumbayan
Back in Fort Santiago/Initial Investigation
Nov. 3, 1896 (Rizal's arrival)
Col. Francisco Olive
Gov. Gen. Blanco
After the investigation
Col. Olive submitted his findings
to Gov. Gen. Blanco
Aguedo del Rosario
Francisco Quizon
Salvador Dizon
Deodato Arellano
Timoteo Paez
Sentence to Death
The court found Rizal guilty
and was sentenced to die
THE EXECUTION
(Dec. 30, 1896)
Chapter 5: Trial & Execution
The Trial
November 30
Rizal was informed about the charges against him
Evidences were
documents/ letters
Blanco appointed Captain Domiguez
as special Judge advocate
Case was forwarded to NIcolas Pena
Rizal chose Lt. Luis Taviel de Andrade
to be his counsel
Dec. 11/ final charges were rebellion,
sedition, & illegeal association (not
guilty as pleaded)
Gov. Gen. Camilo Polavieja replaced Blanco
on December 3, 1896
Dec. 17, 1896
Rizal ready for trial
Case turned over to Capt. Dominguez & Lt. Alcocer
December 26
Cartel de Espana
7 military tribunal members
Lt. Col. Jose Togores Arjona (president)
Capt. Ricardo Munoz Arias
Capt. Manuel Reguera
Capt. Santiago Izquierdo Osorio
Capt. Manel Diaz Escribano
Capt. Fermin Perez Rodriguez Nunez
Trial Attendees
Jose Rizal and counsel
Prosecutor
Government officials
Officers of the Army
Some peninsulares
Some natives
Newspaper Correspondents
Gen. Polavieja affirmed Pena's approval
for Rizal's sentence on Dec. 28 (Dec. 30)
Father Bernardino Nozaleda requested
the Jesuits (Rizal's former professors)
to give spiritual consolation
The Jesuits took turns in visiting Rizal
They visited on December 29
Rizal wrote 2 letters
for Paciano
rest of the family
Others who visited Rizal
Dona Teodora
&; Trinidad
Josephine Bracken
Rizal woke up early
breakfast @ 5:30am
Josephine came with Josefa
Imitacion de Cristo
Before his execution
wrote last words to his parents
written @ 6 o'clock
At 6:30am
Soldiers ready to escort Rizal
accompanied by Fathers March
&; Villaclara, together with
Lt. Andrade
The place was crowded
many were Spaniards
made farewell to the two Jesuit and to Andrade
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