Barracas Central jumped onto the field of the Florencio Sola stadium with a shirt with a legend calling for “Justice for Lucas González”, the club’s footballer killed by the Police of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires last week.
The captain and goalkeeper, Maximiliano Gagliardo, led the line with the black T-shirt, a mourning ribbon and a legend in white letters in the lead up to the final against Tigre for the first promotion to the Professional Football League. The “handsome” team also wore black balloons at the start.
In addition, in the run-up to the clash, a minute of silence was held as in all Argentine soccer fields.
And there were also his father, Mario, and his mother, Cintia, who were seen moved during the commemoration to the cry of “justice, justice” by both parties.
“Boron bom bom, boron bom bom, he who does not jump is a button,” was heard throughout the field, in a chant against the security forces.
The murder of Lucas
Lucas González, 17, was killed last week by a gunshot to the head that caused internal bleeding, as confirmed by the preliminary result of the autopsy ordered by the prosecutor Leonel Gómez Barbella, head of the 32nd Prosecutor’s Office.
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González, who worked in the sixth division of the Parque de los Patricios club, was leaving training in Barracas Central, with three other friends when they were intercepted by an unidentified car, with plainclothes police officers, and the boy was shot in “cold blood “As explained by those involved in statements to the media.