Omnibus took the players from Boca to Monumental
He was stoned at 15.05, on several blocks, from the corner of Del Libertador and the streets of Lidoro Quinteros. When the micro-arrived at the stadium with broken glass, the players came out and on the way to the wardrobe in the corridors were hit, from the gases and from the wrists of the windows that exploded. Till here, what happened in the eyes of many. But what really happened? Did the security operation fail, was there a free zone? How is the relationship between the nation's security agencies and Buenos Aires? And the role of Rio's Brave Bar? What position were Rodolfo D'Onofrio and Daniel Angeliki, presidents?
Step by step, all answers
- 1) Both national officials and portraits agreed Wednesday that the operation failed on the curve where Boca micro attacked. Portren's spokespersons suggested that Prefecture should have done "better retention in that position," but that it was not in the foreseeable place and exactly there fans of the river filtered to attack the micro. There were crossovers of responsibilities between national and Buenos Aires officials, but one coincidence: at least one lung of 100 meters had to be left to cross the omnibus.
- 2) Those responsible for the security operation acknowledge that there was a "big mistake" that ended with the attack in a place that was insured but claimed to have controlled several shootings.
- 3) The authorities had a counterpoint with Connemol, about arrivals and departures of changes and the abolition of the schedule; According to officials, it should have been stopped several hours earlier.
- 4) The security operation was in charge of the city of Buenos Aires, with a federal-backed police force, with a prefecture in the Libertador area and a gendarmerie in Cantolo and Uassondo. The design of the device was in charge of the authorities in Buenos Aires. For today's game there will be no changes in the command system. Those in charge are Marcelo D'Alessandro, the security secretary and the head of the city's police; Patricia Burich, Minister of National Security, and Martin Okampo, Minister of Justice and Security of the City.
- 5) Alessandro attacked the attack on the Boca bus with a raid earlier yesterday in San Miguel, in the house of Rio Brava's leader, Ekater Gogoy, better known as "Cavern" (kidnapped more than 10,000, 000 pesos, 15,000 dollars and 300 records). "There is no doubt that everything is connected, we have taken more than 10,000,000 pesos …" said the official. And it was critical: "There is a worsening of the entrance to the Boca bus, there are prisoners and is investigating why it failed in that security ring and the consequences associated with the bus," he said.
- 6) There were 30 detainees for attacks and resistance to authority and hardship.
- 7) The ending of the stadium was administratively due to the excess of the public that entered, but the scenario is not in danger for today's game, at 17: The river must pay a fine.
- 8) San Lorenzo and the hurricane, for the 13th Super League day in Baia Flores – should have been almost the same time – was suspended by a decision of the Justice and Security Ministry in Buenos Aires, as only one operational control in the city for football.
- 9) Beyond the microphones, in Núñez claim that the problem was never a river, but security and police: they talk about "ineffectiveness and little control".
- 10) "It's unbelievable that Boca did not have proper custody," D'Onofrio says, "for a group of 10 or 15 attacks, the world was deprived – not just 66,000 people who are here – see River Boca." "There were not all people in the river, there were a few disagreements in all the clubs that made this illegal throwing stones, and then they entered the gas, some players suffered injuries from glass blades, others were gasping. I thank the Conquest and the people of the river, because they have been made available, this is running away because it happened 200 meters from the court. There is a security protocol: it's not the first time we come to play this stadium, it should not be too complicated to get people out from the boulevard where the micro-bus Boca enters 1 00 meters for each side, "Angelic said.
- 11) Paragraph 2 of Article 8 of the Conmebol refers to the responsibilities: "Membership associations and clubs are responsible for security and order both inside and near the stadium … This responsibility applies to all incidents which of any nature may be because they are subjected to the imposition of disciplinary sanctions … ".
Report: Daniel Gallo and Gabriel Di Nicholas.
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