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Conspiracy - It is immaterial whether appellant acted as a principalor as an accomplice because the conspiracy and his participation thereinhave been established. In conspiracy, the act of one is the act of all andthe conspirators shall be held equally liable for the crime (People vs.Siongco, G.R. No. 186472,July 5, 2010).a. Disassociation - To exempt himself from criminal liability, aconspirator must have performed an overt act to dissociate or detachhimself from the conspiracy to commit the felony and prevent thecommission thereof (People vs. Ebet, G.R. No. 181635 November 15,2010). A conspirator, who ran away from the scene of the crime prior to thecommission of robbery with homicide by his co-conspirator, is not liablebecause the former dissociated himself from the conspiracy. Conspirators are all liable for robbery although not all profited andgained from the robbery. When a conspirator committed homicide byreason of or on the occasion of the robbery, his co-conspirators are liable