Argentine Mutilations
Discovered In New Province

From Scott Corrales

Source: Diario 'El Tribuno' de Salta (Breaking News) June 21, 2002
The carcass of an adult guanaco, showing signs of mutilation on its jaw, anus, ear and one eye, was found this afternoon in the beach at Punta Pardelas, Valdes Peninsula, on the shores of Golfo Nuevo, 200 km. north of Rawson. Another dead bovine was found, this time in Maria Grande. In a new cattle mutilation case, the remains of a cow showing signs of mutilation were found in the community of Maria Grande. The animal had had its tail sliced off along with its genitalia, masticatory muscles and tongue. It was further reported that the animal had been dead for 2 or 3 days. Furthermore,the location where this animal was discovered immediately caused the cattle rustling hypothesis to be discarded, since such cases are linked to events in which theft for food is involved.
The series of mutilated bovines in the province had written its first chapter this morning, since an animal showing the same signs as cases which have turned up in other provinces of the nation was found today in a pasture of the Diamante region.
As with other animals, bovines from Diamante and Maria Grande displayed injuries made with surgical precision, missing their tongues and muscular mass along the jawbone. The Diamantine bovine was found in a field located near Costa Grande and belongs to Adriana Trossero, as reported by local veterinarians to the police, who immediately ordered that analyses be performed on the animal.
Translation (C) 2002 Scott Corrales, Institute of Hispanic Ufology. Special Thanks to Gloria Coluchi.
Mutilations Found Near Rawson, Comodora Rivadavia
Source: Telam News Agency June 23, 2002
As the spate of animal mutilations continues throughout the country, an adult male guanaco showing signs of mutilation on its jaw, anus, ear and one eye, was found on the beach at Punta Pardelas on the Valdes Peninsual, 200 km north of Rawson. The report came from a rural foreman and was made to the sheriff's office at Puerto Piramide, which in turn advised the authorities of [the province of] Chubut, who sent a team of experts from the Provincial Conservation Agency, which has jurisdiction on this natural reserve. The agency's director, Nestor Garcia, who headed the delegation, stated that this case is identical to the cow and sheep mutilations in Rio Negro, La Pampa and the province of Buenos Aires. Garcia noted that "what is strange is that there are no tracks to be found in the vicinity, except for the animal's own tracks on the fields during its last few minutes of life." "I can't determine how long the animal has been like this, but it could be that it has been longer than 3 days. This will depend on the autopsy perfomred by the specialists from the Centro Nacional Patagonico, headquartered at Puerto Madryn, where we took the carcass," he explained. The official finds it strange that the "animal was alone and didn't try to escape, which would be considered logical in the species, which is generally very shy and avoids human presnece. Nor were carrion animals such as "chimangos" or "caranchos reported in the area.
Translation (C) 2002. Scott Corrales. Institute of Hispanic Ufology. Special thanks to Proyecto CATENT



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