This weekend, Marcelo Catrillanca, father of the late young member of the Mapuche community last November, referred to the possibility that the new General Director of the Carabineros, Mario Rozas, would propose apology to the affected family after the series of irregularities that occurred in this case.
In this regard, Catrillanca said that it is not possible to receive police authority and that the offer seemed "a joke".
"It's a joke … How can you say that you want to go to the community … We are not in a position to receive it, nor are we willing to accept the public excuses he wants to make", declared according to the slogan of La Tercera.
In this sense, Catrillanca explained that the excuses will not be useful until the Carabineros withdraw their presence from the community in which they live.
"Apologies will not be served until the Carabineros are removed. They should make a gesture and say," Look, in three months the carabinieri of Pailahueque will retire, "he said.
"They're saying, like the crow flies, that they want to offer excuses. But how good are the excuses if there's no action by the state and the Carabineros?" He added.
It was in one of his first interviews that the new general director of the Carabineros, Mario Rozas, declared that, if the situation arose, he would apologize to the father of Camilo Catrillança.
"I accompany this father and the family … If I had authority and the situation occurred, I would ask for forgiveness," he said.