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A few days after the two-year anniversary of the crime of Fernando Baez Sosa, the young man killed by a group of rugbiers at the exit of a bowling alley in Villa Gesell, his parents told how they cope with the pain.

“The days do not pass for us. It is very sad and painful not to have Fernando with us. We try to live on his memory,” said Graciela Sosa in dialogue with Todo Noticias (TN).

The 54-year-old woman told how she is preparing for the trial against the eight rugbiers accused of killing her son. “I hope to feel some relief and peace with the sentence, but I have a latent wound that has no cure,” he said.

“Sometimes I don’t want to continue living, but I think of my husband and I say ‘I have to be strong’. It’s very difficult, I don’t wish this on anyone. he is not there. It is very difficult to continue living, that’s why I want justice, “he concluded.

Finally, Graciela told what she misses most about her son. “What I miss most about him are the dances together, the parties, the moments when he came and joked with me and said ‘mommy I’m here’, and when he wanted something he started tickling me until I said yes,” he closed.

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