The so-called "Narco Culture" The fireworks set aside for a while, as they used them in different actions associated with that world. In funerals and funerals of members of criminal societies pyrotechnics are full, releasing fear among those who do not take part. In this way, that exclusivity was removed from the "brave bars", which for decades have used these elements to "support" their team or protest in a situation.
In Chile, selling these elements operates through the illegal market, as its commercialization has been banned for nearly 20 years and its use has been limited to certain events with prior authorization.
Given this scenario, the deputy Gonzalo Fuenzalida (RN) will introduce a bill on Thursday to punish his prison. "Today is considered fault and can be punished by fines of 10 to 50 UTM (maximum of 2.4 million pesos). What we want is that this is punished with a small prison in its minimum grade " the said to El Mercurio.
This initiative arose just as Conchalí's neighbors lived fearful days following a 19-year-old Bastián López, who had been lit down on his doorstep on Sunday. His mother and her partner are caught in Chillán for crimes related to human trafficking.
The days after the death, the sector was "party": music, shooting and pyrotechnics for hours, as a sign of authority, power and no respect for the laws.
The problem also spreads Carabineros, an entity that has been criticized on several occasions for its "passive" actions in the face of these events.
In this particular case, six people were arrested for confronting the soldiers and where there were special soldiers and GOPE soldiers.
"More tools for Carabineros. I would have more security knowing, if you go into a town to arrest someone to use fireworks, that's going to the criminal justice and it won't be a simple fine, "added Fuenzalida.
In the stadiums the panorama is not different, as the "brave bars" break the security devices to get into these elements every weekend, despite the fact that comprehensive controls are usually practiced.
The last serious case was registered in Concepción, when the supporters of Chile University lit flares – in a concerted way – across the northern sector of the stadium, in the retaliation of the club's administration. That day, five were prisoners and Carlos Heller, president of Blue Blue, resigned after revealing the threats of death.
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The use of these elements was banned during 2000, as a large number of people were burned for the celebrations at that time, especially children.
19 years later and a new boom, Fuenzalida's project is trying to tighten penalties for those who use them illegally, however, the doctor Leonardo Ristori, who has experience t in emergency services, believe it should be aimed at the market.
"What you have to attack is trade. That limits the use. The problem is that this trade is mysterious, "he explained.
Conversely, Rolando Aravena, Coaniquem's medical director, has been in favor of the venture, since then. "It seems so far that there are people who prefer to pay the fines before putting the best to sell them.".
At the end of April, the Office of South Prosecutors introduced a protocol to monitor and intervene with the funerals of people with criminal records. It is called "High Risk Funerals" and takes into account the participation of Carabineros, the PDI, highways, hospitals and funerals.
The main Prosos Sur Unit prosecutor, Patricio Rosas, noted at that time that the proposal considered "chain reaction relationships" to take responsibility for these situations.
"Here is not only discourtesy, we are talking about crimes that happen within the framework of these rituals: shots in the air in the caravans, using cars that have stolen, the presence of people with arrest warrants. T This is what the importance of this protocol is, "he said. t