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Guatemala: Japanese missionaries were attacked with extreme violence


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Kimoto, who was a missionary for the Jehovah's Witnesses, was found dead on Sunday in the building and her companion, Chie Morosawa, 28, also a missionary was found next to her body.
  
"There are obvious signs of extreme violence, the largest amount of blood was found where women apparently rested," explained one researcher who did not identify himself.

Their objective to preach motivated both to travel from Japan and work in communities of both municipalities of Petén, where according to residents, the two missionaries made an effort to talk about God and motivated young people to get involved in positive activities.

Prosecutors from the Public Ministry (MP) have located among the first signs a stone, which is presumed to have been used to commit the crime. The investigation continues to establish what motivated the attack against the foreigners.

 

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