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A father in Mexico was saved from torture by his daughter, thanks to police who went to foreclosure



The police, who went home for foreclosure in Mexico, rescued the 87-year-old man who was left to die by his daughter and suffered violence.

In Celaya, in the Mexican state of Guanajuato, 87-year-old Bonifacio Y. was reportedly tortured in a room by his daughter, Leticia S (54). Eyewitnesses made a statement on the subject, and it was reported that the old man had been kept in a room of a house without hygiene for a month and was subjected to violence by his daughter every day.

THE POLICE WHO COMES TO HOME

While it was stated that Bonifacio Y was fed only with bread and water a day, the police came to the rescue of the old man. It was noted that the police noticed Bonifacio Y while he was going to Leticia S.’s home to confiscate unpaid products. Realizing that the cops were coming, Bonifacio Y. scanned the room where he was staying and asked for help. It was stated that Bonifacio Y, who had difficulty walking on both legs, was taken to the clinic and then placed in a nursing home.

Image (1) courtesy of Gunes

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