Skip to comments.Ex-Leader's Daughter Mourned in Paraguay
Posted on 02/18/2005 9:22:27 PM PST by Kitten Festival
ASUNCION, Paraguay - Thousands of Paraguayans chanting "Justice! Justice!" crowded a cemetery Friday to say farewell to former President Raul Cubas's daughter, who was found dead this week after being kidnapped five months ago.
Reuters Slideshow: Daughter of Former Paraguayan President Found Dead
Hundreds more lined streets of the capital, reaching out to touch the hearse carrying the body of Cecilia Cubas. Police on motorcycles led the funeral cortege.
Her father, president from August 1998 to March 1999, was driven from power by deadly street riots and turmoil set off by the assassination of his vice president.
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Communists - merciless brutal leftist thugs affiliated with the filthy stinking FARC supported by Hugo Chavez - are the proud doers of this vile outrage. This crime cries out for justice. Communism and the FARC narcotrafficante guerrillas must be stomped out now.
former President Raul Cubas's daughter, who was found dead this week after being kidnapped five months ago.
Terrorism is on the march. This is just plain sick.
I have been following this in the Spanish press. There appears most definitely to be a connection with FARC and Granda (the creep who was grabbed by Colombian security forces a few weeks ago).
Cecilia Cubas seems to have been a remarkable person. She was one of the country's leading equestrians and competed in major equestrian events, and she was also well known for her work with handicapped young people. It is thought that she was probably buried alive and suffocated; they clearly intended to kill her, because they had already scattered lime in the hole in which she was buried.
you can see this on the Telemondo broadcast - but not ABC or MSM. No wonder we have such crappy relations with S. America. This girl is killed by evil socialists and nobody in America - who speaks only English- would know ,,,unless they read FreeRepublic.
Sad and disgusting "The evil that men do"
The New York Times carried a very small blurb in its "International" section about this case on Friday-which was actually a story taken straight from the wires-and even that was placed within the context of a much larger story focusing on novelist Lily Tuck's controversial visit to Asuncion.
This story seems to be getting as much play in the media as the coup d'etat that led to Lozado's removal from office and the resurgence of Communist terrorism in Peru.
Still, this type of despicable crime needs to be given much more coverage in the mainstream news media.
-good times, G.J.P.(Jr.)