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SOLA AYAPE, Carlos. Sentenced to Death for Rebellion: Testimonies of Augusto Ibáñez Serrano and Amador Cárdenas from the Penitentiary of Lecumberri, the Prison of the Mexican Revolution (1916 and 1917). En-clav. pen [online]. 2023, vol.17, n.34, e570.  Epub 28-Jul-2023. ISSN 2594-1100.

In May 1916, Spaniard Augusto Ibáñez Serrano and Mexican Amador Cárdenas were arrested in Mexico City and immediately imprisoned in the Lecumberri Penitentiary. Accused of collaborating with General Félix Díaz, one of the military enemies of the carrancista constitutionalism. For incurring a political crime of rebellion, the Public Ministry requested for them the death penalty. In this context, marked by the strong military tensions in that revolutionary Mexico, the objective of this article is to recover the testimonies of both inmates from inside Lecumberri, as well as their families and friends, in order to reflect the harsh living conditions they had to suffer in that prison, which became one of the emblematic prisons of the Mexican Revolution.

Palabras llave : Augusto Ibáñez Serrano; General Félix Díaz; Penitentiary of Lecumberri; Mexican Revolution; Venustiano Carranza.

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