Omnibus, which took players from Boca Monumental
He was stoned at 15.05 a few blocks from the corners of Del Libertador and Lidoro Quinteros. When the micro arrived with the stadium with broken glass, the players went out and on their way to the dressing rooms in the corridors affected the gaps of explosive windows and fragments. Until now, what happened in many eyes. But what really happened? Was the security function unsuccessful, is there a free area there? How is the relationship between Nation and Buenos Aires Security Offices? And Rio's brave bar? What role did Rodolfo D & Onofrio and Daniel Angelici take for the presidents?
Step by step, all the answers
- 1) Both national officials and Mr Porteños agreed last night that action failed on the curve where the Boca micro attacked. Porteños's spokesmen remarked that the Prefecture should have "better protected this position," but that it was not in the foreseen location and that rivals fans were filtered to attack the micro. There was a transfer of responsibilities between national and Buenos Aires officials, but one coincidence: at least one 100-meter lung had to be left for omnibus passage.
- 2) Security Officers acknowledge that there was an "outrageous mistake" that ended in an attack on the insured place, but they claim they are dominating several assaults.
- 3) The authorities had a confrontation with Conmebol on account of changes in the timetable and suspension; According to officials, it should have been suspended several hours before.
- 4) The city of Buenos Aires had security operations, including federal police, prefecture in the Libertador area and Cantilian and Udaondo sanctuary. The device was designed by the Buenos Aires authorities. Today's game does not change in the command system. Responsible persons are Turkish Security Secretary Marcelo D Alessandro and city police chief; Patricia Bullrich, National Security Minister and Martín Ocampo, Minister of Justice of the City of Spain.
- 5) Alessandro attacked Boca with an attack on the day before yesterday in San Miguel, the head of Rio Brava, Héctor Godoj, better known as "Caverna" (he was abducted by more than 10,000). 000 pesos, $ 15,000 and 300 subscriptions). "There is no doubt that everything is tied, we took over 10,000,000 pesos …", said the official. And it was critical: "There is a bug at the entrance to the Boca bus, there are prisoners and we are investigating why it failed with the security and line-related consequences," he said.
- 6) There were 30 vulnerabilities and they were opposed by the authorities and aggravated the damage.
- 7) Closing the stadium was administrative because the crowd had reached, but the scenario is not at risk for today's game, 17: River has to pay a fine.
- 8) The San Lorenzo and Hurricane party, which is the 13th Superliga in Bajo Flores, would almost be interrupted at the time by the decision of the Buenos Aires Justice and Security Ministry, as only one of the city's functional controls for football.
- 9) Outside Núñez's microphones, it is claimed that the problem is never a river, but security and police are talking about "inefficiency and low control".
- 10) "It's great that Boca does not have proper custody," said Dnofrio, "a group of 10 or 15 illegal groups, the world is deprived – not just 66,000 people who are here – seeing River Boca. " "It was not all the jokers, there were a few mistakes that in all the clubs that made this illegal stoning, then came gas, some players suffered from injury to glass bridges, others sucked gas, and I thank Conmebol and the River people because they put themselves at our disposal. it's not the first time we've come in. If you want to play at this stadium, it should not be too complicated to get people out of the boulevard where the Boca microbus will be 100 meters on either side, Angelici said.
- 11) Paragraph 8 (2) of Conmebol refers to the tasks: "Members' organizations and clubs are responsible for security and order both inside and in the vicinity of the stadium … This responsibility extends to all kinds of events that may be subject to disciplinary sanctions …".
Report: Daniel Gallo and Gabriel Di Nicola.
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