Chile 6

Had A Ponytail. Could of Been The Problem All Along. The Pony Tail. Men with Pony Tails are not right in the head to start with.

The murders of María José Reyes Moore and Juan René Duarte Becerra occurred in July 2012 in an antique shop in Lolol, Colchagua Province, O’Higgins Region, Chile. Both victims had visited the shop as customers and were attacked and decapitated by shop and pony tail owner Óscar López Rodríguez. The murderer was shot and killed by police responding to the scene of the Reyes murder. An analysis of accounts by people who knew him suggests that he was suffering from psychosis and “mystical delusions”. He has been labeled the “Monster of Lolol” by Chilean media. The events shocked the small town of Lolol, which is declared a “Zona Típica” (“Typical Zone”) National Monument for its colonial architecture. The local mayor said the murders would become a demarcation point in the history of the place. Most accounts say that on 10 July 2012 Juan Duarte visited Óscar López’s antique shop “to purchase an iron stick”. Duarte’s housemaid, Olga Morales, told El Mercurio that he was “actually interested in an old little table.” Several people saw Duarte talking with López that afternoon. The police (carabineros) stated that López stabbed Duarte in the back and subsequently beheaded him. They believed that Duarte tried to defend himself “tenaciously”. López kept Duarte’s head in a coffer, which was up for sale in his antique shop, and buried the rest of his body under rocks in his backyard. The following day, 11 July, Duarte’s family filed a “presunta desgracia” (disappearance) claim with the Lolol police. On 12 July, María José Reyes Moore was traveling with two of her children, her 15-year-old daughter and 19-year-old son, to Fundo Querelena in the Bucarruca area in the commune of Paredones, Cardenal Caro Province. Her husband and her two other children were traveling later that day. At around 13:00 local time (17:00 UTC), she decided to stop in Lolol. She pulled up at at Los Alerces Street 145 and went into López Rodríguez’s antique shop with her daughter; her son stayed in the car. Less than five minutes later and apparently without reason, López took Reyes Moore by her hair and stabbed her. Her daughter ran out of the shop to tell her brother. When they got back, they saw López taking their severely injured mother to a tree trunk in his backyard, where he proceeded to decapitate her with an axe. Reyes Moore’s children ran out of the antique shop to ask for help and, according to witnesses, shouting “They’re killing our mommy!” (“¡Están matando a la mamita!”). Because it was Lolol’s payday, the streets of the town were full of people. The teenagers eventually found a policeman, Sergeant Felipe González, who quickly got to the crime scene. In the meantime, López had taken Reyes’ head and showed it to passers-by, raising the severed head “like a trophy”. When González reached him, he ordered López to stop and fired into the air twice without receiving any response from López. López then rushed towards the policeman with the bloody ax he had used to decapitate Reyes Moore, forcing González to shoot him with his service weapon, killing him.<SNIP> LINK

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