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Police Raid Mental Health Shelter in Chile - 20 Jul 2011
Police Raid Mental Health Shelter in Chile - 20 Jul 2011
CHILE/
RTR2ORWZ
July 12, 2011
Chilean prosecutor Mauricio Diner (C) directs police as they confiscate cartons of milk that are nearly...
QUINTERO, Chile
Police as confiscate cartons of milk that are nearly one year expired from the Pequeno Cottolengo in...
Chilean prosecutor Mauricio Diner (C) directs police as they confiscate cartons of milk that are nearly one year expired from the Pequeno Cottolengo in Quintero, some 160 km (100 miles) northwest of Santiago July 12, 2011. Police raided the local branch of the Pequeno Cottolengo international network of shelters run by the Roman Catholic Church to shelter and aid mentally handicapped children and adolescents, after an employee denounced them for physically abusing the patients. The officer in charge of the raid, Major Jaime Zuniga San Martin, told journalists that they will continue investigating the evidence, including the expired food and photographs taken by the accuser of patients tied to their beds and showing bruises on their bodies. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CRIME LAW RELIGION POLITICS HEALTH)
CHILE/
RTR2ORXX
July 12, 2011
Mental patients sleep as police raid the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter in Quintero, some 160 km (100 miles)...
QUINTERO, Chile
Mental patients sleep as police raid the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter in Quintero
Mental patients sleep as police raid the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter in Quintero, some 160 km (100 miles) northwest of Santiago July 12, 2011. Police raided the local branch of the Pequeno Cottolengo international network of shelters run by the Roman Catholic Church to shelter and aid mentally handicapped children and adolescents, after an employee denounced them for physically abusing the patients. The officer in charge of the raid, Major Jaime Zuniga San Martin, told journalists that they will continue investigating the evidence, including the expired food and photographs taken by the accuser of patients tied to their beds and showing bruises on their bodies. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CRIME LAW RELIGION POLITICS HEALTH)
CHILE/
RTR2ORXA
July 12, 2011
Mental patients sleep as police raid the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter in Quintero, some 160 km (100 miles)...
QUINTERO, Chile
Mental patients sleep as police raid the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter in Quintero
Mental patients sleep as police raid the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter in Quintero, some 160 km (100 miles) northwest of Santiago, July 12, 2011. Police raided the local branch of the Pequeno Cottolengo international network of shelters run by the Roman Catholic Church to shelter and aid mentally handicapped children and adolescents, after an employee denounced them for physically abusing the patients. The officer in charge of the raid, Major Jaime Zuniga San Martin, told journalists that they will continue investigating the evidence, including the expired food and photographs taken by the accuser of patients tied to their beds and showing bruises on their bodies. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CRIME LAW RELIGION POLITICS HEALTH)
CHILE/
RTR2ORY5
July 12, 2011
Father Pedro Ferrini (R), director of the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter for mentally handicapped children...
QUINTERO, Chile
Father Pedro Ferrini, director of the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter for mentally handicapped children, stands...
Father Pedro Ferrini (R), director of the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter for mentally handicapped children and adolescents, stands inside as police raid the shelter in Quintero, some 160 km (100 miles) northwest of Santiago, July 12, 2011. Police raided the local branch of the Pequeno Cottolengo international network of shelters run by the Roman Catholic Church to shelter and aid mentally handicapped children and adolescents, after an employee denounced them for physically abusing the patients. The officer in charge of the raid, Major Jaime Zuniga San Martin, told journalists that they will continue investigating the evidence, including the expired food and photographs taken by the accuser of patients tied to their beds and showing bruises on their bodies. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CRIME LAW RELIGION POLITICS HEALTH)
CHILE/
RTR2ORY3
July 12, 2011
Father Pedro Ferrini (L), director of the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter for mentally handicapped children...
QUINTERO, Chile
Father Pedro Ferrini, director of the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter for mentally handicapped children, is...
Father Pedro Ferrini (L), director of the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter for mentally handicapped children and adolescents, is interrogated by the police during a raid on the shelter in Quintero, some 160 km (100 miles) northwest of Santiago, July 12, 2011. Police raided the local branch of the Pequeno Cottolengo international network of shelters run by the Roman Catholic Church to shelter and aid mentally handicapped children and adolescents, after an employee denounced them for physically abusing the patients. The officer in charge of the raid, Major Jaime Zuniga San Martin, told journalists that they will continue investigating the evidence, including the expired food and photographs taken by the accuser of patients tied to their beds and showing bruises on their bodies. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CRIME LAW RELIGION POLITICS HEALTH)
CHILE/
RTR2ORXZ
July 12, 2011
Father Pedro Ferrini (R), director of the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter for mentally handicapped children...
QUINTERO, Chile
Father Pedro Ferrini, director of the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter for mentally handicapped children, stands...
Father Pedro Ferrini (R), director of the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter for mentally handicapped children and adolescents, stands inside as police raid the shelter in Quintero, some 160 km (100 miles) northwest of Santiago, July 12, 2011. Police raided the local branch of the Pequeno Cottolengo international network of shelters run by the Roman Catholic Church to shelter and aid mentally handicapped children and adolescents, after an employee denounced them for physically abusing the patients. The officer in charge of the raid, Major Jaime Zuniga San Martin, told journalists that they will continue investigating the evidence, including the expired food and photographs taken by the accuser of patients tied to their beds and showing bruises on their bodies. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CRIME LAW RELIGION POLITICS HEALTH)
CHILE/
RTR2ORX0
July 12, 2011
Cartons of milk that are nearly one year expired are seen after being confiscated by police from the...
QUINTERO, Chile
Cartons of milk that are nearly one year expired are seen after being confiscated by police from the...
Cartons of milk that are nearly one year expired are seen after being confiscated by police from the Pequeno Cottolengo in Quintero, some 160 km (100 miles) northwest of Santiago, July 12, 2011. Police raided the local branch of the Pequeno Cottolengo international network of shelters run by the Roman Catholic Church to shelter and aid mentally handicapped children and adolescents, after an employee denounced them for physically abusing the patients. The officer in charge of the raid, Major Jaime Zuniga San Martin, told journalists that they will continue investigating the evidence, including the expired food and photographs taken by the accuser of patients tied to their beds and showing bruises on their bodies. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CRIME LAW RELIGION POLITICS HEALTH)
CHILE/
RTR2ORWY
July 12, 2011
A police officer carries confiscated food items past Father Pedro Ferrini (R), director of the Pequeno...
QUINTERO, Chile
A police officer carries confiscated food items at the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter for mentally handicapped...
A police officer carries confiscated food items past Father Pedro Ferrini (R), director of the Pequeno Cottolengo shelter for mentally handicapped children and adolescents in Quintero, some 160 km (100 miles) northwest of Santiago July 12, 2011. Police discovered the confiscated food items have expired months earlier, but were being fed to patients at the shelter. Police raided the local branch of the Pequeno Cottolengo international network of shelters run by the Roman Catholic Church to shelter and aid mentally handicapped children and adolescents, after an employee denounced them for physically abusing the patients. The officer in charge of the raid, Major Jaime Zuniga San Martin, told journalists that they will continue investigating the evidence, including the expired food and photographs taken by the accuser of patients tied to their beds and showing bruises on their bodies. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CRIME LAW RELIGION POLITICS HEALTH)
CHILE/
RTR2ORWX
July 12, 2011
Chilean prosecutor Mauricio Diner (L) shows journalists cartons of milk that are nearly one year expired...
QUINTERO, Chile
Chilean prosecutor Diner shows journalists cartons of expired milk that are fed to patients at the Pequeno...
Chilean prosecutor Mauricio Diner (L) shows journalists cartons of milk that are nearly one year expired which police discovered being fed to patients at the Pequeno Cottolengo in Quintero, some 160 km (100 miles) northwest of Santiago July 12, 2011. Police raided the local branch of the Pequeno Cottolengo international network of shelters run by the Roman Catholic Church to shelter and aid mentally handicapped children and adolescents, after an employee denounced them for physically abusing the patients. The officer in charge of the raid, Major Jaime Zuniga San Martin, told journalists that they will continue investigating the evidence, including the expired food and photographs taken by the accuser of patients tied to their beds and showing bruises on their bodies. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: CRIME LAW RELIGION POLITICS HEALTH)
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