The rebel prisoners from the battle of Cierro Prieto were bayonetted to death on the orders of General Juan Navarro, so you might imagine the mood among the insurrectos when Navarro was finally captured in Juárez, 5 months later.
Friedrich Katz provides an excellent account the caos after the fall of Juárez in The Life and Times of Pancho Villa, although it was journalist Timothy Turner who really had the inside scoop:
“When I returned to Juárez after my sleep, a good solid twelve hours of it, I ran right into a lot of excitement. Orozco’s and Villa’s men were running around yelling “¡Muera Navarro!” and it was sure that if they had found the old federal commander they would have killed him then and there. They had been drinking and were worked up into a fury, paying no attention to those insurrecto officers who tried to calm them”
“I figured that to be in at the kill, if there was to be one, I had better find Navarro first and wait where he was”. --Bullets, Bottles and Gardenias