Love 'em or loathe 'em, the "bad boys" and "naughty girls" of history have kept generations fascinated!
This sub-project aims to organize genealogical data on notable personalities with Filipino ancestry, convicted of criminal acts or bandits pursued by the law. Find more at the master project page, Families of the Philippines.
Image: Macario Sakay (third from left, front row) was declared President of the Tagalog Republic -- one of two movements which fought the Spanish and the Americans. Sakay was photographed with his Cabinet: (first row, L-R) Julián Montalan, Francisco Carreon, Sakay, Lucio de Vega (second row, L-R) León Villafuerte, Benito Natividad.
During the Philippine American War between 1903-1907, the Brigandage Act of Nov. 12, 1902 interpreted all acts of armed resistance to American rule as banditry. These men were called "bandoleros".
- Julian Montalan
- Macario de Leon Sakay
- Luciano San Miguel
- Phillip Salvador - sentenced to 20 years in prison in 2006, currently on appeal
- Deborah Sun - pardoned in 2006
Illegal Possession of Firearms
- Robin Padilla - pardoned in 1998
- Dennis Roldan - paroled in 2010
- Jose "Erap" Estrada - pardoned in 2007
- Carmen Maria B. Mory - convicted of war crimes in 1947 and sentenced to death by hanging. She committed suicide in her cell.
Find similar projects at the master project page, Families of the Philippines.
How to Contribute
- Please click the "Join Project" button on the upper right of the project page.
- After getting yourself added as a collaborator, select the profile you wish to add.
- Navigate to the profile. Under the "More Actions" link, choose "Add to Project" and select sub-project to which your ancestor should be included in.
- Include in the "About Me" section a brief biographical sketch, summarizing the person's significant contributions and accomplishments. (Required)
- Include a photograph, if one exists.
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