Pancho Villa

Pancho Villa - Pancho Villa A Documentary Pancho Villa was...

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Pancho Villa A Documentary Pancho Villa was born Doroteo Arango and was destined to a life working on a hacienda. His first crime was committed when he was twelve years old. He shot a man who raped his sister and thereafter became a fugitive. He later changed his name to Pancho Villa and again attempted to live an honest life. However, an honest life proved to be more difficult and he resumed his outlaw activity once again. Pancho Villa did not smoke or drink and believed in marriage. In fact, he was married several times and had many women in his life. Villa was sent to prison by President Madero in an attempt to save him from all the accusations that were being made against him. There he befriended a legal clerk and was able to walk right out of the prison wearing the clothes of a lawyer. He escaped to the US but later returned to Mexico after receiving word of Madero’s death. He marched through Chihuahua and eventually became governor. One of Villa’s atrocious crimes includes murdering a priest. The priest begged him not to proceed with his plan and Villa threatened to kill him if he asked him one more time. The priest
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