Friday, 30 October 2020

Ex-wife and mother of BAC assailants scolded them seeing them dead

Mother of the two boys who died in the attempt to assault the BAC branch in Coronado speaks out

“When I saw their bodies, I touched them, I saw where the bullets went through them, I kissed them, I told them how much I loved them, that I was angry with them. The first one I scolded was the dad. I said, “you spoiled my life! and I didn’t want to see it anymore”.

The strong words are from Ana Lorena Fuentes Delgado, mother of the three who died in the attempted assault on the BAC branch in Coronado – Ana Lorena’s two boys and their father, the woman tells La Teja.

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