Anniversary of the murder of the young Mapuche Camilo Catrillanca. Camilo drives a tractor when he was shot in the neck. Next to him, a 15-year-old boy was traveling and was “miraculously saved” from 5.56 caliber bullets, “war shells,” according to judicial experts. Five of those bullets hit the tractor, and another 21 were found nearby. They were shot by members of the "Jungle Command", who in their first statements referred to a "confrontation." The child's statement, and the evidence subsequently collected by the prosecution, showed that there was no “confrontation".