President Sebastian Pinera sent two letters to the family Camilo Katrillanca November 20: one father and one grandfather. However, they never reached his hands.
According to El-Mercurio, in a letter addressed to Marcelo Katrilanke, father of the murdered community member, Piñera expressed his solidarity and expressed regret for the “difficult times” the family is going through.
He then said: “Absolute security as the president of Chile, which our government will tirelessly seek the truth about the sad events that meant the death of his son, until the full clarification and before the administration of justice. "
When it was announced around this date that the government sent these letters, the Katrillanca family denied this fact because they claimed they did not receive any letters.
A spokeswoman for Cecilia Perez confirmed to the morning newspaper that the letters never fell into the hands of Marcelo and Juan Katrillanca, because "The people who could give them to them and who were tasked to do it, did not want or could not (…) ".
In this context, he added that after the government returned these documents, it was decided that it was best not to insist.