Motorcyclist stabs protester who did not stop him from crossing picket line in Chaco
The young man, who received an acute wound in the abdomen, was operated on and is out of danger; Her assailant was also hospitalized for injuries sustained during the confrontation
A 53-year-old man who was riding a motorcycle in the city center with his wife resistance, chaco, A 33-year-old protester who prevented him from crossing the picket line was stabbed. The attacker, who was beaten when he tried to leave, was arrested. The violent incident took place yesterday afternoon in the center of the Chaco capital as part of one of the many demonstrations that take place in the city every day.
A few hours later, the pickets multiplied and various political groups and social movements set up camp in front of Government House. They are awaiting answers to a number of demands they have been making to the provincial government. They demand decent employment, canteen assistance and even bus service to attend the national meeting. Governor Jorge Kapitanich He is not in the province; Participates in a tour of the United States of America with the Governors of the Great North.
The violent scene, which ended with a stabbing on Tuesday, was witnessed by several people participating in the demonstration. The man, identified as Jorge Mor Huarte, wanted to pass the picket but was arrested. One of the participants of the rally threw him off the motorcycle he was riding with his wife. In response, the motorcyclist took the blackjack he had. The participants of the rally took his baton and beat him. The man then pulled out a knife and stabbed one of the protesters, Juan Eugenio Luque, in the stomach.
The motorcyclist’s wife justified the possession of the weapon, saying that her partner was acting in self-defense. In retaliation, the woman said, they damaged her motorcycle and stole her cell phone and 40,000 pesos, which was money from her job.
Now the police and the judiciary are analyzing the security camera images to verify the witness account. Meanwhile, Chaco police reported that Luque, of the Salvando Vidas Social Movement, had what appeared to be an acute wound to the abdomen, while Huart had a blunt-force wound to the head.
The motorcyclist had to stay at the scene of the accident with his wife and children while waiting for emergency help. Meanwhile, the protester was immediately taken by private vehicle to Perando Hospital, about 15 blocks from the corner where the attack took place.
The episode happened yesterday around 11 a.m. at the intersection of 25 De Mayo Avenue and Posada Street, four blocks from the Chaco Government House.
According to the medical part, which he agreed to ღThe 33-year-old man underwent surgery and is out of danger, as the wound did not damage any vital organs. The other has an acute wound to the front of the head and is stable. He didn’t need any extra help.
Employees of the scientific office of the court appeared at the scene of the incident and removed the knife used in the attack. The investigation was left in the hands of the 1st Prosecutor’s Office, headed by Dr. Ingrid Wehner, who ordered that the 53-year-old man be notified of his arrest in a case labeled “alleged injury with a weapon. “
As a result of discussions and fights at the picket lines, many registered in Chaco were injured. Demonstrations are recurring and represent a daily landscape that leads to clashes. Yesterday, hours after the attack, a larger convoy of protesters decided to camp in front of Government House. This camping-out is ongoing and could continue until Thursday or until someone from the Kapitanić government listens and responds to their demands, they warn.
Traffic chaos in the center of resistance is constant. The police have been ordered to do nothing for a long time. In fact, in recent days there has been a demonstration that ended with stoning and uniformed officers guarding a public office became the target of angry protesters. However, yesterday’s event was one of the most serious in recent times.
Source: La Nacion
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