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The pope expressed his grief over the lynching of young from Rosario

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"Everything hurt, it hurt the body of the boy, my heart ached of those who kicked. Thought we did that kid, grew between us, educated among us," Francis wrote. "What is it wrong?" asked Pope Francis

"It hurt the scene. Fuenteovejuna, I said. I felt the kicks in the soul. He wasn't a Martian, was a boy of our people; it is true, a criminal. And I remembered Jesus... What would you say if you were a referee there? He who is without sin kick the first, "the Argentine Jorge Bergoglio potato.

The reflection is contained in an email addressed to the Argentine brothers Carlos and Rodolfo Luna, who live in Sweden, and published in your Facebook account response Francisco. "Everything hurt, it hurt the body of the boy, my heart ached Of those who kicked. Thought that kid we did, grew between us, educated among us," Francis wrote.

"What is it wrong?" The Pope asked and added: "The worst that can happen is to forget the scene. And the Lord give us the grace to mourn, mourn for the young criminal, also mourn for us. ".

David Moreira, 18, died March 25 in Rosario, three days after having been beaten by neighbors who accused him of stealing a wallet.

Speaking to Vorterix radio, Carlos Luna told today that last weekend he emailed information about the episode occurred in Santa Fe to Francisco and the next day the Pope sent the reply.

traslation: Belén Zapata