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This is Doroteo Arango later known as Pancho Villa. He was born as the oldest son in a poor peasant family in Mexico.
When Pancho was 16, he shot his hacienda owner when he found him trying to rape his sister. He ran off to the mountains shortly after.
Villa spent most of his time hiding from the law in the mountains. He formed a group of bandits in 1896 and led them to commit offenses against the wealthy population, and taking their livestock. He was known as a modern day Robin Hood, stealing from the rich in order to provide for the poor.
In October 1910, Villa joined forces with Francisco Madero, who promised change for the lower classes. He agreed to lead Madero's revolutionary army.
Lead my revolution?
In may 1916, several thousand soldiers were sent in search of Pancho Villa. They searched for over a year, but never found him.
1923. Villa had retired from his life as a killer, bandit, and revolutionary leader. After only three years of retirement, he was shot while sitting in his car and died. Pancho Villa endured many battles, survived his adversaries, and skirted numerous manhunts. He was viewed as a hero by some and a criminal by many others.
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