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The Argentine Army reported that appeared before the federal prosecutor’s office of Paso de los Libres, in Corrientes, to file a complaint to investigate the alleged commission of the crime of abandonment of person and staff liability who was in charge when the death of second lieutenant Matias Chirino.

“The Institution reiterates its commitment and total disposition with the Justice to achieve the clarification of what happened as soon as possible,” the official statement concluded.

The young man’s girlfriend, Valentina, declared on the news Telenine Central who spoke to him hours before his death. “He was busy buying the meat for the roast and the drink. He told me he was nervous at night,” he lamented.

“He didn’t mention it to me about the ritual, but his litter that was received and got together always said that a fee had to be paid. right of floor. She knew that something was coming, but not of such magnitude, “said the young woman. And she added that” he was treated with a tone of contempt, what was not respected “.

While, a volunteer Army soldier also from the province of Corrientes had to be admitted to a hospital as an emergency after presenting complications after a round of exercises.

After being checked and spending a few hours under observation, the young man was discharged, while the Army preventively ordered an action to determine if there had been abusive treatment by the instructors. Until we investigate what happened, the instructors were separated from their activities.

The young soldier is from the town of Curuzú Cuatiá. Apparently, he had a condition that was not reported at the time of his admission, which led to health complications after the exercises.

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