Bishop must perform exorcism on the & # 39; bad & # 39; Colombian city by pouring holy water from a helicopter
The Colombian army lets a Catholic bishop use a helicopter to cast holy water over a city to create an & # 39; exorcism & # 39; to execute on & # 39; demons & # 39; to prevent the wave of violence from crossing its streets.
Report from local media Ruben Dario Jaramillo Montoya wants to use his position as bishop of Buenaventura, a congregation in the western part of the Colombian Valle del Cauca, to pour holy water from a helicopter into the streets of the city.
Montoya told the local radio station Blu Radio: & We want to go around the entire Buenaventura, from the air, and pour holy water on it to see if we can defuse and cast out our devils destroying our gate, so God's blessing comes and get rid of all the wickedness that is in our streets. & # 39;
Ruben Dario Jaramillo Montoya wants to execute an exorcism with a helicopter in a city in Colombia
Local media report that the national army supports the bishop's plan and has offered him the use of a helicopter to implement it. They allegedly work with the priest to find out where they will pour the holy water.
The bishop said: & # 39; Buenaventura should have the devil taken away so that we can see if we can regain the peace that the city has lost with all these crimes, wickedness and the drug trafficking that hits our port. & # 39;
It is said that the exorcism will take place between 13 and 14 July, during a local festival.
According to local media, 51 murders were reported in the city between January and May this year, 20 more than in the same period last year.
The latest murder in the city shocked the country when Diana Tatiana Rodriguez, 10, was found with clear signs of tortured and sexual abuse. Her uncle, Jhon Edwar Quintero Urquiza was arrested and allegedly confessed the crime.
Buenaventura is one of the municipalities that was most affected by the armed conflict in Colombia. It is said that the municipality has become a strategic place for the drug route to the United States. In 2010, a car bomb attack killed nine more people and more than 20 injured.
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