Garrote

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A garrote or garrote vil (a Spanish word; alternative spellings include garotte and similar variants ) is a weapon, most often a handheld ligature of chain, rope, scarf, wire or fishing line used to strangle a person.wikipedia
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Strangling

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A garrote or garrote vil (a Spanish word; alternative spellings include garotte and similar variants ) is a weapon, most often a handheld ligature of chain, rope, scarf, wire or fishing line used to strangle a person.
During the Spanish Inquisition, victims who admitted their alleged sins and recanted were killed via ligature strangulation (i.e. the garrote) before their bodies were burnt during the auto-da-fé.

Thuggee

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The garrote was widely employed in 17th- and 18th-century India as an assassination device, particularly by the Thuggee cult.
The garrote is often depicted as a weapon of the Thuggee.

José María Jarabo

The last civilian executions in Spain, both by garroting, were those of Pilar Prades in May 1959 and José María Jarabo in July 1959.
Jarabo was sentenced to death by garrote and executed in 1959.

Atahualpa

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It was employed during the conquista of the Americas, notably in the execution of the Inca emperor Atahualpa.
In accordance with his request, he was executed by strangling with a garrote on 26 July 1533.

Piano wire

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A garrote can be made out of many different materials, including ropes, cable ties, fishing lines, nylon, guitar strings, telephone cord or piano wire.
At least in urban legend, it is employed by assassins as a garrote.

Salvador Puig Antich

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The garrotings of Heinz Chez (real name Georg Michael Welzel) and Salvador Puig Antich in March 1974, both convicted in the Francoist State of killing police officers, were the last state-sanctioned garrotings in Spain and in the world.
A military court sentenced him to death by garrote vil in the Model prison.

Manuel Blanco Romasanta

On April 6, 1853, Romasanta was sentenced to death by garrote with 1000 Real compensation to be paid for each victim.

José Burgos

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On February 17, 1872, they were garroted in the middle of Bagumbayan field (now Luneta Park).

Mariana de Pineda Muñoz

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Mariana was publicly executed by the garrote on May 26.

Benigno Andrade

He was executed by garrote vil on August 7, 1952 in the prison of La Coruña.

Leonardo Bravo (general officer)

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Leonardo Bravo and his mates, Mariano Piedras and Manuel Pérez, were condemned to death under the modality of vile garrotte, considered one of the most infamous and degrading ways, it happened on November 13, 1812, in Mexico City.

Michele Angiolillo

Barcelona Corpus Christi procession bombing
He was executed by garrote in the nearby town of Vergara.

Mariano Gómez

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Gómez was accused of treason, sedition, and taking active part in the Cavite mutiny of 1872 and sentenced to death by garrote in a military court.

Baldomero Fernández Ladreda

He was executed by garrote vil by the government of Francisco Franco.

Jacinto Zamora

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They were found guilty and sentenced to death by garrote.

Şehzade Bayezid

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Finally, on 25 September 1561, Bayezid and his four sons were handed over by Tahmasp and executed in the environs of the Safavid capital Qazvin by the Ottoman executioner, Ali Aqa Chavush Bashi, through the way of garrotting.

Tomasa Tito Condemayta

After being asphyxiated slowly with a hand-cranked metal garrote especially constructed for the occasion, she was hanged to ensure she was truly dead.

Spanish language

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A garrote or garrote vil (a Spanish word; alternative spellings include garotte and similar variants ) is a weapon, most often a handheld ligature of chain, rope, scarf, wire or fishing line used to strangle a person.

Weapon

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A garrote or garrote vil (a Spanish word; alternative spellings include garotte and similar variants ) is a weapon, most often a handheld ligature of chain, rope, scarf, wire or fishing line used to strangle a person.

Ligature (medicine)

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A garrote or garrote vil (a Spanish word; alternative spellings include garotte and similar variants ) is a weapon, most often a handheld ligature of chain, rope, scarf, wire or fishing line used to strangle a person.

Cable tie

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A garrote can be made out of many different materials, including ropes, cable ties, fishing lines, nylon, guitar strings, telephone cord or piano wire.

Pars pro toto

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A stick may be used to tighten the garrote; the Spanish word actually refers to the stick itself, so it is a pars pro toto where the eponymous component may actually be absent.

French Foreign Legion

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Soldiers of the French Foreign Legion have used a particular type of double-loop garrote (referred to as la loupe), where a double coil of rope or cord is dropped around a victim's neck and then pulled taut.

Rumāl

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Practitioners used a yellow silk or cloth scarf called a rumāl.