After viewing and analyzing the images of the aggression that ended Samuel’s life in A Coruña last weekend, ‘Four a day’ has been able to speak with Carla, a friend of the detainees that, although it condemns what happened, defends that it is not a hate crime.
“They in the group have a gay friend, and he is one of them. There are also people of color … they do not discriminate against anyone“The young woman assured live while admitting that she was not a witness, she was not there on the day of the events. “They are not aggressive people”, He emphatically commented when asked by Joaquín Prat.
“What happened to them then to beat a boy to death?” Snapped the presenter. “I do not know I never saw them act that way, I always saw them calmThey were never like that ”, said Carla. “They are things that are seen at night,” the friend of the detainee continued to justify, assuring that they would go with an extra drink.
Source: Cuatro – Noticias de última hora, deportes, programas y series by www.cuatro.com.
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