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Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Babylon, Sep 15, 2012.

  1. Babylon

    Babylon JF-Expert Member

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    A vigilante mob in Guatemala took deadly revenge against a man who authorities said killed two children at a primary school.

    Interior minister Mauricio Lopez Bonilla said a drunken Julio Saquil entered the school in the northern province of Alta Verapaz yesterday and slit the throats of two children with a machete.

    Mr Bonilla said a mob then set the 35-year-old man on fire on the school's patio and he burned to death.

    [​IMG] Mob justice: The body of Julio Saquil lies in a school courtyard after he was lynchedl for allegedly killing two children

    [​IMG] Crowds gather to see the dead body of the man who slit the throats of two children with a machete

    'He walked into to one of the classrooms and assaulted the students, completely beheading a 13-year-old boy and slitting the throat of an 8-year-old girl with a machete,' Tactic firefighter Wilson Cahuec said.
    Local security officials said the dead man had a history of drug problems and violence, but they have not yet identified a motive for the attack.

    Fox News have reported that the mob was made up of teachers and local residents.
    They have also said Authorities identified the slain students as Evelyn Yanisa Saquij Bin, 8, and Juan Armando Coy Cal, 13.
    The official said the bodies of the children had defensive wounds.

    [​IMG] Scene: A woman walks past the blood stain of a man who was lynched and burnt alive by a mob after killing two children

    [​IMG] Adela Xicol, mother of Julio Saquil, who was lynched after killing two children leaves flowers at his grave

    Lynch mobs are not uncommon in areas of Guatemala where police are scarce.

    The country's human rights agency says 234 attempted lynchings took place in 2011 and at least 40 people were killed.
    Following the horrific acts of violence, tensions were running high around the local neighbourhoods, who began to dish out their own 'mob rule' punishments.
    Four men suspected of thieving were captured and beaten by angry residents who obviously felt that their own methods of punishment were more suitable to the law enforcers'.
    Thankfully, for the men at least, they were rescued by the police and arrested, but only after they had been tied up, hit with sticks, punched and kicked.

    [​IMG] Attacked: A woman uses a pair of scissors to cut the face of a man who was accused of theft in Tactic

    [​IMG] Retribution: This man was tied up and beaten by the villagers of Tactic who are taking out their own forms of justice in the wake of a double child-killing

    [​IMG] Rough justice: A woman hits a man with a stick after he is accused of theft - with the baying mob urging more punishment

    [​IMG] Hefty: This woman delivers a clubbing blow on the suspected thief's head

    [​IMG] Take that: Despite the police presence, this man connects with a right hook on the would-be thief

    [​IMG] Rescued: Bloodied and bruised after their beatings, the men are arrested and led away by the police

  2. Githeri

    Githeri JF-Expert Member

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    Hii inaitwa kujichukulia sheria mkononi. Kama police hawafanyi kazi zao,wacha watu wazifanye wao.