Moment father publicly kills 19-year-old daughter with belt after participating in protests over death of a lawyer in police custody in Colombia
- Last Thursday in Armenia, Colombia, Norbeli Restrepo was caught with a belt in the middle of a street beating her daughter Karime Restrepo.
- The father of three girls said he killed his 19-year-old daughter when she spoke of not participating in the protest against the death of a man in police custody.
- Restrepo told Noticias RCN on Sunday that he would give the same punishment again because he is only looking for his own good
- At least 13 people were killed during a five-day protest after two soldiers were beaten and beaten by Javier Ordóñez in Bogota last Wednesday.
- Seven police officers have been suspended by the Bogota Metropolitan Police
A father-of-three was caught on video beating his teenage daughter in public after a protest against police brutality in Colombia.
Norbeli Restrepo said he warned his Karaim Restrepo not to participate in a protest last Thursday in Armenia, Colombia in response to the death of Javier Ordóñez, who died in police custody.
In the video, Norbelly is seen arguing with her daughter and hitting her on her feet as two police officers attempt to thwart the reshuffle.
But the father said he would re-sentence his daughters to avoid being seriously injured or killed in a demonstration.
Lawyer Ordon died after being beaten up in Bogota one day earlier by officers Damien Rodriguez and Juan Camillo Lalliora.
A spectator kicks Karaime Restrepo (left) with a belt at the foot of his father Norbeli Restrepo, as seen by two police officers
In the video Norbeli Restrepo (right), his 19-year-old daughter Karime Restrepo (left) was caught with a belt, after which she asked to clarify last Thursday’s protest in Armenia, Colombia, of Javier Ordóñez, 46 Was after death. – Older father, who was killed in police custody in Bogota last Wednesday
Karima, 19, was eating at a restaurant and decided to walk through a part of the city, where she was warned not to go to her father. He then decided to participate in the demonstration before alerting his father.
Norbelli told Noticus RCN that it was not wrong for him to discipline his daughter harshly because ‘when the conversation fails, it’s time to punish him.’
He said he would give the same punishment to his children to avoid getting caught up in demonstrations that caused up to five days of commotion across Colombia and left at least 13 people dead.
One of those killed was 40-year-old Maria del Carmen Vieuch, who died in Bogota on Thursday night after being run over by a bus stolen by protesters.
Restrepo said, “I told the two of them, what I just did for the future could save your life.” ‘Why? Because if you say, “If I disobeyed and this happened to me with my father, I would avoid it,” and he would refrain from going on the road to pick me up a child who is dead or in a wheelchair. Has been left in.
Javier Ordóñez died on Wednesday in a hospital in Bogota, Colombia. Two videos of the 46-year-old father being molested and beaten by two police officers
The Colombian National Police said 258 people were injured, including those who turned violent after the demonstration. A total of 308 police, including 286, were also injured in Bogota.
Officers Rodriguez and Lloreda are among seven police who have been suspended.
An autopsy revealed that the 46-year-old Ordone suffered nine fractures to his face and cranium.
The report also showed that the father had a contradiction in the ribs of two of the ordones, a rupture in his liver, and tusser shots resulting in burns to his entire body.
The disturbing video footage shows Rodriguez and Loreda kneeling on the Ordonez as he lay on the sidewalk and using Taser as they struggled to handcuff him.
Ordonez can be heard in the video screaming for mercy, ‘Por favor, don’t shout [please, no more]’As the two cops continued to electrocute him.
A police officer can be seen in the video repeatedly hitting Ordinoz in the head with an object.