Facundo Macarrón moving letter
October 21, 2012
Nora Dalmasso’s son, the woman who was killed in November 2006 in an rich neighborhood of Rio IV City, wrote a letter in which he gave details of the nightmare he lived in these five years.
“After five years and four months, I can finally feel free of a conviction that to this day I can not explain how or why it fell on me, but it definitely marked my life forever,” wrote Facundo Macarron, accused of raping and murdering his mother and was recently acquitted.
“In my case, the sentence derives, of course, an absurd allegation that an incompetent prosecutor decided to make against me, for the simple reason of not adjusting to the paradigm of what he considers normal,” he added.
“It’s indescribable how it feels when one is told that he raped and murdered his mother,” Macaroni said. “I not only was losing my mother in a way that I refuse to imagine that the gross and decisions of those responsible for the investigation process prevented me in all this time, but it was also the socially ruthless attempt to kill her, and as if even that was not enough, then go for the son and the rest of her family,” he added.
“If anyone wants to know now how my life goes, I will say that I often think that while outraged and who ruthlessly murdered my mother lives a quiet, she does not rest in peace because a prosecutor, rather than investigating who was to blame for receiving its just punishment, occupied all his time chasing his son, that is, another victim, for the sake of being different from what he considers ‘a good son of the family.’ “