Not to be trusted in WTNW.
Late in the year of 1872, after months of intense effort began to develop a working plan, Captain De Medco felt he had given his country an advantage and had developed a legacy for his children. Still, his heart was not satisfied and he felt something was missing after his wife of thirteen years had passed away.
Fortunately for the captain, a young French noblewoman with long blonde locks and a ravishing body wooed him. The affair only lasted weeks, but it devastated the lives of all involved. Spanish authorities discovered that the young woman was a spy working for the court of Napoleon III.
When the Spanish government learned of the affair through their own spy network, they court-martialed Juan De Medco. He was convicted of espionage and treason and locked in a Spanish prison where he awaited execution.