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Rejection for abuse, torture and murder of a young man leaving school in Colombia

In the early hours of this Saturday, November 5, a piece of news shocked the inhabitants of Southwest Antioquia, in Colombia. The young Paula Andrea Restrepo Parra was found with signs of sexual violence and torture in the township of Santa Rita in the municipality of Andes.

According to local media reports, the 18 year old student was found on the side of a road with serious injuries, for which she was transferred to the local hospital, where passed away hours later.

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The young woman had left the Educational Institution of the corregimiento on Friday afternoon and was on her way home. Nevertheless, never arrived and was reported missing. At that time, family and friends began the search, which ended around 8 p.m.

Given the heinous crime, departmental and local authorities developed an extraordinary security council in the area to establish measures to clarify what happened.

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Carlos Alberto Osortio, mayor of Andes, categorically rejected the murder of the young woman. “The institutional framework is united with the interest that in the shortest possible time we can find those responsible for this fact”, pointed out the president.

For his part, the Secretary of Security of Antioquia, Oswaldo Zapata, confirmed that a specialized prosecutor from the life unit of the Antioquia branch of the Prosecutor’s Office General of the Nation ordered a series of measures so that, in a joint team, the alleged perpetrators can be identified.

Furthermore, he reported that The government of Antioquia will deliver 50 million pesos (10 thousand dollars) for information that allows clarifying what happened.

“In relation to the information circulating on social networks about the alleged authorship of some people, We ask for a lot of prudence and responsibility”, said the secretary, who recalled that the channels to send information are the numbers 3185324229 and 3124010248 of the National Police and the CTI.

Finally, the official made a call for society and institutions to unite around the life protection of boys, girls, adolescents, young people and women.

Source: Elcomercio

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