Freedom, but with a ban on approaching both carabiners that were burnt down eviction of property in Mulchen -Bo Bío Region – was the Mapuche Commune syndicate as a person who threw the hot water into a uniform.
Nora Fritz Ñancul, one of the representatives of the Autonomous Community of Licancurr, was one of 7 Mapuche community members detained Carabineros carried out at Funcón Ranquilco de Mulchen.
Only she was brought to the Guarantee Court of that municipality to control the detention and formalization of the investigation.
The remainder was omitted until a reference was made at the request of the Ministry almost 24 hours First police station in Los Angeles.
Carlos Díaz, Deputy Prosecutor of Mulch, explained that he had begun an investigation against Mapuche leader, two crimes, among them the misbehavior of carabiners, because she would have thrown hot water for two of the uniforms. procedure.
As for the precautionary measures, the persecutor pointed out that he was left behind ban on approaching both carabiners and to leave the farm.
The national criminal lawyer Juan Muñoz asked the court to declare detention illegalHowever, this was rejected.
As regards the precautionary decision to waive the property, the lawyer explained that they objected to the company 's certification process.https://media.biobiochile.cl/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/comuneramulchen2.mp3
Comunera denies that he was the one who threw hot water however, it should be specified in the carabiner during the investigation period of three months.