The parents of Lucas Gonz & aacute; lez, the 17-year-old adolescent assassinated last Wednesday by members of the City Police in the neighborhood of Buenos Aires, arrive to testify today as witnesses before the prosecutors that they carry out the investigation of the case.

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The parents of Lucas González, the 17-year-old teenager murdered last Wednesday by members of the City Police in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Barracas, arrive to testify today as witnesses before the prosecutors who are carrying out the investigation of the case.

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According to judicial sources, the woman assured that when she saw on television that the police had shot some criminals “she felt a bad thorn.”

It was then that he decided to tell his father about the sensation and he told him not to worry.

Minutes later, before the man left to go to the doctor, a friend tells him that his son had been shot and he is the one who takes them to Penna Hospital.

The couple said that once they arrived at the hospital, the mother and father of LucasThey see him wearing a respirator, all bloody and they said they recognized him from the tattoo.

Likewise, the mother said that the doctors told her that when they decided to transfer him to El Cruce Hospital in Florencio Varela, if they took off the respirator, he died and a while later he died as a result of the bullets received in the head.

This Monday, hundreds of people gathered in front of the Buenos Aires courts to participate in the demonstration in demand of Justice for Lucas’s crime.

At least four buses arrived at the Buenos Aires Obelisk from Florencio Varela, filled with neighbors and friends of Lucas who waved Argentine flags, while the arrival of more than 15 groups that left from the vicinity of the victim’s house with more protesters was awaited.

Accompanied by several cars that honked their horns, two double-decker buses and two other traditional school buses passed by the Obelisk, where they were also applauded, and continued their trip to Talcahuano 550, whose front was fenced off.

There, hundreds of people, many of them young people and families, were already gathering with posters calling for “Justice for Lucas” and asking “Enough of Easy Trigger”, waiting for the word of the parents of the murdered adolescent on the stage set up in front of the main entrance of the courts.

The act ended minutes before 20 with a minute of silence, while Lucas’s parents were hugged by the three teenagers who survived the police attack.

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