This first date of the First National had two deaths due to clashes between bars of the same club: first in Chacarita and then in Gimnasia de Mendoza. However, the tragedy could have been even greater, since an Aldosivi fan shot at a group of people from another faction.
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The man was identified as Facundo Emiliano Vanega and was arrested at his home for firing his 25 caliber revolver eight times before the match against Atlético Rafaela, just 500 meters from the José María Minella stadium.
The bar is the son-in-law of Carlos Juárez, the right hand of Indio Coman, the leader of the Aldosivi bar, who in his WhatsApp status uploaded a photo with two weapons of war to threaten other Tiburón fans.
Vanega was charged with “firearm abuse,” although it is a releaseable crime because the minimum sentence is two years. It is striking that it was not an “attempted homicide,” since he shot several fans, as can be seen in the video.