At the loud and clear cry that "if they touch one, we answer all", the capital of Gran Canaria has joined this Thursday the concentration of solidarity and rejection of the murder of Zamora teacher Laura Luelmo, 26, at the hands of male violence, and whose aggressor, Bernardo Montoya, 50, confessed yesterday before the Civil Guard the crime of murder and sexual assault perpetrated last week in El Campillo (Huelva).
More than 200 Gran Canaria members joined this evening to this call of brotherhood against the violence that women continue to receive because they are women. The Feminist Network of Gran Canaria convened this rally in the final section of the Calle Mayor de Triana, in front of the San Telmo Park, in memory of "Laura, who knew the fear that women live, that in her Twitter He shared the reflection that: They teach you not to go alone through dark places instead of teaching monsters not to do it. That is the problem, "declared the beginning of the manifesto. "Laura, we will continue fighting against the machismo of the system also for you, and for all."