A little something of MINE
Zacarías's nephew, the younger Antonio Sunol, was killed by a squatter while patrolling the family’s rancho. The intruder had been haphazardly shooting at cattle until one dropped, wounding many, and Antonio, from his horse, had confronted him about the cruelty and waste. He had invited the shooter to come to his home and get all the meat he desired, but asked him to stop killing and wounding the cattle. In response, the squatter shot Antonio. His broken-hearted father, the senior Antonio, lost any vestiges of support he might have had for the American infiltration of California. - from MINE: El Despojo de María Zacarías Bernal de Berreyesa
11/4/2019 06:40:37 pm
This is a devastating story. No one has the right to take one's life just because they want to. It's agains the law and definitely immoral. Though I know that it's too painful, I hope that Zacarías and Antonio is on a healing process and already moving on. There is no other choice but to do it. But at the same time, they can also fight for this case and let the intruders face the sequences of there actions.
2/3/2021 10:49:32 pm
This lagoon belongs to the Jaragua National Park and is an important part for the preservation of birds.
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