Jacqueline Hamill was 35-years-old, a Protestant missionary from the Christian City Church in Sydney, Australia.
Arriving in Manila on July 15, 1989, Jacqueline was part of Joyful Assemblies of God, a group that organised Bible study sessions inside prisons.
Jackie arrived in Davao City two days after touching down in the Philippines.
On August 13th, the group had just finished a Sunday service inside the jail when 15 prisoners from the prison gang Wild Boys of Davao led by Felipe Pugoy and Mohammad Nazir Samparani, disarmed the jail wardens on duty that day, taking the missionaries as hostages.
A stand-off ensued, ending two days later when Filipino soldiers stormed the jail. All 15 hostage-takers as well as five victims were killed in the shootout. Jacqueline was among the victims.
No reports show if Jackie was actually killed by her hostage takers or killed in the crossfire.
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