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The accused woman cautiously remained in throwing hot water into 2 carabineras during property eviction | National



At liberty, but with the prohibition to approach the two carabinieri who were burned in the middle eviction from property in Mulchen – The Bio-Bio Region is a syndicated Mapuche people who threw hot water into the form.

One of the representatives of the Licancurra Autonomous Community, Nora Fritz Nantsul, was among 7 members of Mapuche community arrested during the eviction carried out by Carabineros at the Funcón Ranquilco de Mulchén.

Only she was presented to the Guarantee Court of the mentioned commune for control over detention and formalization of the investigation.

The rest were released pending citation from the state ministry, after passing almost 24 hours in the first police station in los angeles.

Deputy Attorney Mulchen Carlos Díaz explained that they launched an investigation into the leader Mapuche for two crimes, including mistreatment of work on the service’s carabinieri, because she would throw hot water to two of the uniformed people who had the procedure.

As for precautionary measures, the pursuer indicated that he was left with prohibition to approach two carabineri and with orders to leave the farm taken.

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State criminal lawyer Juan Munoz asked the court make detention illegalHowever, this was rejected.

Responding to a question about a precautionary decision to abandon the property, the lawyer explained that they opposed it because of the community-led protection process.

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Comunera denies being the one who quit hot water however, the Carabinieri should be clarified during the investigation, which was set at three months.

Carlos Agurto | BORON
Carlos Agurto | BORON


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