Who was the woman from Neuquén who died from the attack on lesbian women along with two other victims

The brutal attack that occurred early Monday morning in a hotel in Barracas, in CABA, claimed its third victim this Sunday. The woman, originally from Neuquén, Andrea Amarante, was hospitalized after a 62-year-old man set her on fireto his companions and to the hotel where they lived.

There is great commotion after learning that Andrea Amarante, 43 years olddied this Sunday after the attack suffered. The woman had 75% of her body burned and remained hospitalized in serious condition at the Quemado hospital.

According to what was known, he arrived in Buenos Aires several years ago. from Neuquén, where he had grown up in a peripheral neighborhood of the city, and worked within the medical system.

ANDShe was the youngest of the four women victims of the attack and it was known that he was a survivor of the Cro-Magnon tragedy.

“Andrea did not receive financial aid and is not a beneficiary of the Health Program for Cro-Mañón victims. I was homeless and slept wherever I could.”, they detailed from the social networks of Coordinadora Cromañón.

Only four months ago he had temporarily moved in with Sofía Castro Riglos, his girlfriend, to the room shared with Pamela and Roxana.

The information about her death was confirmed by the Ministry of Women and Diversity of the Province of Buenos Aires: “We regret the death of Andrea, the third fatal victim of the lesboodio crime in Barracas. We demand justice and immediate clarification of the facts. “Hate speech kills.”

Who was the woman from Neuquén who died from the attack on lesbian women along with two other victims

The Andrea Amarante from Neuquén was the third fatal victim. The first woman to die was Pamela Cobbas, On the same day of the attack, he was 52 years old.

Was native of Mar del Plata, had two children: a 27-year-old girl and a 14-year-old teenager, both of whom bore his last name. He was dedicated to selling cosmetics and candy. Cobbas had serious burn injuries and was unable to resist..

She arrived two years ago to the pension located on Olavarría Street at 1600 along with Roxana Figueroa, his partner and second fatal victim who died last Wednesday with 90% of the body burned. According to their neighbors, they both lived on odd jobs to be able to pay for the room they rented in Barracas.

The The only survivor of the tragic episode is Sofía Riglos, since it was the one that suffered the least injuries. However, she still remains hospitalized in the Quemado hospital for her recovery.

Judicial sources reported that the investigation fell to the National Criminal and Correctional Court No. 14, led by prosecutor Edmundo Rabbione, Secretariat 143 of Dr. Alberto Gegunded. They are investigating whether it was a hate attack, linked to the sexual orientation of the victims, since it was not the first time he attacked them.

Who was the woman from Neuquén who died from the attack on lesbian women along with two other victims: what was it like?

The attack occurred during the early hours of Monday on the second floor of a building located at 1600 Olavarría Street, in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Barracas. Over there A 62-year-old man identified as Justo Fernando Barrientos attacked the two lesbian couples and after that he set fire to the room they were in with a homemade bomb.

According to testimonies, the incident occurred due to an attack by a man, who ended up cut with a saw, and who was transferred by SAME to the Argerich hospital, as a detainee.. The attacker is accused of setting the four women on fire. According to the neighbors’ story, the fire was motivated by homo-hating reasons, since it was a group of lesbian women.

“He set fire to another room where four girls live. “She threw a Molotov cocktail.”said one of the neighbors in dialogue with Crónica TV, who stated that “several had problems with him.” For his part, another neighbor told C5N that when he opened the door he found “the two women lit on fire”.

The Argentine LGBT+ Federation expressed its condemnation of the fire and subsequent death of a lesbian woman in Barracas. «Hate crimes are the result of a culture of violence and discrimination that is sustained by hate speech that today is endorsed by various officials and representatives of the National Government. And the only spaces to which those of us who are victims of these attacks can resort are being emptied or eliminated by the current government, such as, for example, INADI,” the organization said in a statement.

«We point out this with concern and demand strong public policies against hate speech and crimes in Argentina. As well as the strengthening of INADI, the only organization in charge of generating public policies to prevent them,” they pointed out.

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