Emmanuel Cabañeras Videla

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Emmanuel Cabañeras Videla
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7th Minister of Defense of Creeperopolis
In office
August 10, 1976 – October 19, 2002
Preceded byMáximo París Alcocer
Succeeded byAugusto Cabañeras Gutiérrez
3rd Chief of the DINA
In office
August 10, 1976 – October 19, 2002
Preceded byMáximo París Alcocer
Succeeded byAugusto Cabañeras Gutiérrez
Personal details
Born
Emmanuel Adolfo Cabañeras Videla

March 15, 1933
San Romero, San Romero, Creeperopolis
DiedOctober 19, 2002(2002-10-19) (aged 69)
San Salvador, San Salvador, Creeperopolis
NationalityCreeperian
Political partyCreeperian Initiative
Spouse(s)
Lila Gutiérrez Martí
(m. 1956; died 2000)
Children2
RelativesCabañeras Family
Alma materAcademia de Guerra Creeperiano en San Salvador
Occupation
  • Military officer
ProfessionMilitary
Military service
AllegianceCreeperopolis Creeperopolis
Branch/serviceCreeperopolis Creeperian Army
Years of service1951-2002
RankInsignia of the Chief Field Marshal of Creeperopolis Chief Field Marshal
CommandsCreeperian Army
Battles/warsCreeperian Conflicts

Emmanuel Adolfo Cabañeras Videla (March 15, 1933-October 19, 2002) was the Minister of Defense of Creeperopolis and the Chief Field Marshal of the Creeperian Army from 1976 to 2002.

Emmanuel Adolfo Cabañeras Videla was appointed as Minister of Defense on August 10, 1976, by Emperor Romero II following the death of his father, Alfonso Cabañeras Moreno.

He lead the Creeperian Army during the early years of the Mara War. As Chief of the DINA, torture was commonly used on prisoners.

Emmanuel Cabañeras Videla was assassinated by Alfonso VI on October 19, 2002 after the death of his son, Alfonso Martínez Hernández.

Political offices
Preceded by
General Máximo París Alcocer
Minister of Defense of Creeperopolis
August 10, 1976 – October 19, 2002
Succeeded by
Chief Field Marshal Augusto Cabañeras Gutiérrez
Preceded by
General Máximo París Alcocer
Chief of the DINA
August 10, 1976 – October 19, 2002
Succeeded by
Chief Field Marshal Augusto Cabañeras Gutiérrez