1924-1976... not too much about him...
I just found out he's still alive, but on death row.
umm... what's your source sir?
Wherefore this Court affirms the decision under appeal insofar as it imposes the death penalty on appellant Oscar Caymo, but modifies the conviction of appellant Pancho Pelagio from robbery with homicide to simple robbery under Article 294, paragraph 5, R.P.C., with the aforementioned aggravating circumstances. Accordingly and applying the Indeterminate Sentence Law, the said appellant is hereby sentenced to a prison term of from four years and two months of prision correccional to eight years and one day of prision mayor.
did you read that article? it says the author visited the prison on 1970, upon the invitation of Alejo Santos (then the Governor of the prison bureau). Santos died in the 1984 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alejo_Santos).at the aftermath of that article, Pancho Pelagio did win his appeal (http://www.chanrobles.com/scdecisions/jurisprudence1967/may1967/gr_l-16177_1967.php)related to this is this case (http://www.chanrobles.com/scdecisions/jurisprudence1980/jan1980/gr_25975_77_1980.php), which in a separate opinion, Justice Antonio, specifically mentioned the Pelagio case in which he should not have been guilty of the killing
hmm... interesting case... well, since capital punishment had long been gone and he won the appeal, in all probability, he may be released already and assumed another name... just my insight though....
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