CASE UNCLOSED: Lihim Ng 1897 (3 of 5)

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Further Info: *******filipinopresidency.multiply****/ Episode on October 30, 2008 Thursday night after Sak...
Further Info: *******filipinopresidency.multiply****/ Episode on October 30, 2008 Thursday night after Saksi Dubbed as the Greatest Unsolved Mystery" in Philippine history, the killing of Andres Bonifacio has left numerous questions that baffle historians up to now. Why was the Father of the Katipunan" executed by his own men? Was Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo really involved in the killing of Bonifacio? Kara David revisits the past and separates historic fact from fiction in this Thursdays episode of Case Unclosed. On May 10 1897, a military trial court ordered the execution of Andres Bonifacio and his brother Procorpio, after being found guilty of allegedly betraying the KKK and plotting to kill Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo. The military court was set-up by Gen. Aguinaldo himself. Descendants of Bonifacio claim that Gen. Aguinaldo plotted their great grandfathers execution and the trial was judged unfairly, but Aguinaldos descendants deny this. Is there truth to these accusations? What were the real motives behind the killing? Under the direction of acclaimed indie filmmaker Paul Morales, re-examine these questionable chapters in history with Kara David this Thursday on Case Unclosed, airing after the late night newscast Saksi. DISCLAIMER: The video presentation you are about to see is owned by GMA Network Incorporated. The administrators of "The Philippine Presidency" are not affiliated with the aforementioned media company; whereas our sole purpose is to merely serve as a gateway for posterity and provide continuous information dissemination for all. ____________________________________ NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED! FOR POSTERITY, INFORMATION AND EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY! ____________________________________ 2008 © GMA Network Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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