U hodh nga ura pasi refuzonte ta vriste një shofer të autobusit - Klan Kosova


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U hodh nga ura pasi refuzonte ta vriste një shofer të autobusit

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18/10/2015

Një djalosh 12 vjeçar ka vdekur pasi është hedhur nga një urë shumë e lartë, sepse i urdhëruar nga një bandë refuzonte ta vriste një shofer të autobusit.

Angel Ariel Escalante Perez  nga qyteti i Guatemalës në Guatemala, ishte duke u kthyer nga shkolla në momenitn kur hasi në një bandë të cilët e urdhëruan që të vriste një shofer autobusi që do kalonte andej, transmeton Klan Kosova.

Nëse nuk do pranonte, kryesuesi i bandës i kishte thënë që do ta vrisnin me thikë ose do të hidhej nga ura Incienso që cilësohet si ura më e lartë në ato anë.

Pasi që vetë babai i tij është një shofer i autobusit, ai përzgjedhi më mirë të vdiste se sa të vriste.

Ai u hodh nga ura e lartë 135 metra, por nuk vdiq menjëherë.

Angel qëndroi aty në një gjendje kritike për 72 orë, derisa më në fund babai i tij e gjeti atë.

Doktorët u përpoqën për 15 ditë që ta shpëtonin, mirëpo ai vdiq nga plagët që kishte marë.

Aktivisti për të drejtat e njeriut Edgar Guerra, shprehet që kjo gjë është shumë e shpeshtë në Guatemala.

“Ky fenomen është shumë i njohur në këto anë”.

“Banditët përdorin fëmijë që të vrasin persona”, deklaroi Guerra.

Pic shows: Angel Ariel Escalante Perez was killed because he refused to murder.nnThis is the heartbreaking moment a dad embraces his critically ill son aged 12 who was thrown off a bridge by gangland thugs when he refused to kill a stranger.nnAngel Ariel Escalante Perez, 12, had been walking home from school when he was ambushed by the folks who decided to have some fun with the youngster.nnThey gave him a gun, and told him he had to shoot a bus driver or be killed himself.nnBecause his father Luis Escalante was a bus driver, the tearful schoolboy refused and said he would rather they killed him. They then gave him the choice of death by being chopped up by machetes, or thrown off a bridge.nnHe chose the latter, and as a result they threw him off the Incienso Bridge, located in Guatemala city, which is one of the longest bridges in Central America.nnDespite plunging an incredible 135 m (443 feet) he survived after landing in the thick foliage below but it also covered him meaning he lay there critically injured for 72 hours as his father and family search for him.nnEventually the father and family and friends located the child, who was taken by emergency services hospital where medics fought for 15 days to save his life before he finally died from his injuries.nnThey said that if been found earlier, there was still a chance he might have lived but after 72 hours alone and in agony there was little could be done.nnJavier Soto, spokesman of Guatemala firemen said: "The father of the child said his son had been gone for 72 hours and told him that six alleged kidnappers threw him off because he refused to kill a bus driver.nn"The child was asked how he would prefer to die ¿ whether it would be through stabbing or by being thrown off a bridge ¿ and he chose the latter"nn"The fall was from 135 meters. Usually people who jump or are thrown from there do not survive."nnLocal human rights activist Edgar Guerra said: "This type of phenomenon can be seen much more frequently: The use of underaged children for murders."nnHe said one possible reason why was that the group did not want to be charged for the killing in case they were caught. Children recruited by organized crime are a common thing among Latin American gangs. Given the lack of education, and often poor background and the capacity to smuggle drugs and guns unnoticed, many underaged children have become members of criminal organizations with little option of saying no.nn(ends)