This Saturday a Chacarita fan died from a stab wound to the chest while the match against Deportivo Maipú was being played for the 1st round of the Primera Nacional. The 43-year-old victim was identified as Jorge Durán.
Minutes after hearing the news, Yennifer Ruiz, Durán's daughter-in-law, made a heartbreaking post on her Facebook account. “He did not die, they killed him and on top of her they took his cell phone and wallet. Until they all rot we don't stop. “Jorge, this doesn’t stop here,” she wrote.
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“It's not going to stay here,” the daughter-in-law wrote in her post. (Capture: Facebook/Yennifer Ruiz)
According to security sources, the man was stabbed in the chest during a confrontation between the factions of the funeral fans. He was transferred to the Manuel Belgrano General Provincial Hospital where he eventually died.
Duran lived in San Martín and shared his fanaticism for Chacarita on his social networks.
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The murdered fan was a fan of the undertaker and went to all the home games. (Photo: Facebook/Jorge Durán)
Buenos Aires Police spokespersons reported that Jorge Daniel Durán, 43, was taken by ambulance to the hospital, but they were unable to stabilize him and he died.
According to what could be reconstructed, the confrontation began at 5:45 p.m. in the popular gallery and the fight continued outside the state, where “they fought with fists,” until one of those involved used a knife to stab Durán in the chest.
The man was 43 years old. (Photo: Facebook/Jorge Durán)
Despite the fight, the game continued until the first half was completed and then there was a 20-minute break. The second half continued at 6:30 p.m.
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Sources from the Buenos Aires Police indicated to TN that everything “happened inside the club” and that it was a “brawl between themselves.” Likewise, he indicated that evidence about the crime is still being collected and that the new head of APreViDe, Guillermo Cimadevila, was heading to the stadium to supervise the investigation.