Moncho Pérez, the man attacked in a herd in the snails of Chacras, woke up

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Moncho Pérez is still in intensive care at the Cuyo Clinic.

Marylda spoke with some of the friends who were with Moncho at dawn on Monday, when it was the moment of the herd attack: “What they told me was that it was on the street. Like he tried to defend someone. When I can speak with him I’ll see what he tells me. There are many people who do not tell me well what happened, I do not know if they do not want to speak out of fear“.

“I asked that anyone who has seen something call 911. They are trying to investigate to locate who they were. They are after a series of clues. I hope you identify them“added the woman to Radio Nihuil.

He said that his son He is a dealer and works with spare parts for vehicles. What’s more, play handball professionally in the Municipality of Maipú.

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“When they called the police and the ambulance, my son was lying on the road. A friend of his went to look for my other son, and when they were going there they told him that they were taking him to the Central. I did not understand what was happening. First I thought it was a car accident, I never imagined it was this“Marylda recalled.

The brutal event occurred around 5.30 on Monday, at the exit of a party on the Pan-American route, near the roundabout of the Snails of Chacras. According to some witnesses, a group of men was teasing a girl, so he and his friends defended her and that caused the fight.

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Moisés Pérez, Moncho for his friends, is a merchant and plays handball in the Municipality of Maipú.

Moisés Pérez, Moncho for his friends, is a merchant and plays handball in the Municipality of Maipú.

Moncho He was attacked by between 10 and 15 people who beat him with stones until his face was disfigured. and then they escaped. They even ripped off the patent on a gray car in which they left so as not to be identified.

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