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Argentinian Women Called to Strike, Protest After Brutal Attack on Teenage Girl


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Argentinian Women Called to Strike, Protest After Brutal Attack on Teenage Girl

Deirdre Fulton, staff writer

Hundreds of thousands of Argentinian women were expected to take part in a national work stoppage and protest on Wednesday, following the brutal killing of a 16-year-old girl earlier this month.

Lucía Perez died in early October after allegedly being abducted, drugged, and raped in the city of Mar del Plata.

The Guardian reports:


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Horrific. These murderous sprees targeting women parallel the rape and destruction of Mother Earth. May we come to our senses and soon.


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Here we have another South American country whose military and police leadership was trained at the School of the Americas in Georgia.
60 thousand of them since 1946.
They are corrupt, violent, anti-social human beings. Just the type of people that the United States wants in charge of investigating crime.


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And the majority of the US is choosing which "Lesser (Warrior-Against-Women-and-Children) Evil to choose as President. We all need to take a stand for humanity together, wherever we are.