José Luciano Ezequiel Huerta Gutiérrez, married with 10 children, was arrested on the morning of April 2, 1927, after paying his respects to the lifeless body of Anacleto González Flores.
Questioned about the whereabouts of his two priest brothers, about his two oldest sons and the Cristeros, Ezequiel refused to talk, so he was tortured until he was unconscious.
When he regained consciousness, he expressed his pain by singing with all his might: "My Christ lives, my King lives," for which he received more beatings until he could not utter a single sound.
The following morning, he was led at dawn with his brother Salvador Huerta Gutiérrez to the cemetery of Mezquitán, where they were both killed.
Ezequiel's wife heard the shots from her home and although she did not know that her husband was one of the victims, she gathered their children around her and said: "My children, let us recite the Rosary for these poor people who have just been shot."
--- From Vatican.va