Russian woman poured acid priest in Nicaragua

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The citizen of Russia the priest doused with acid in the temple in Nicaragua once went to confession to him. It is reported by local newspaper La Prensa.

The incident occurred on Wednesday, December 5. A woman named Alice L. Gonn doused with sulfuric acid, Mario Guevara, the priest of the Cathedral of Managua. He was hospitalized with burns to the eyes, face and body parts. Parishioners who witnessed the attack, had the priest first aid — removed damaged by acid clothes and took the man to hospital and detained the woman until police arrived. According to one eyewitness, the criminal behaved as if she were “possessed by demons”, and shouted that the police “won’t do it.”

The publication notes that the attack occurred three days after Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega accused the priests of Catholic Church involvement in anti-state conspiracy and promoting the protests, which began in the country in April 2018.

Popular unrest began in Nicaragua after the government proposed to increase the amount of deductions employers and workers in the social insurance funds. The protests escalated into riots, which killed more than 350 people.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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