Protesters in the Puente Alto commune of Santiago attacked Police Station No. 66 in the Bajos de Mena neighborhood with Molotov cocktails, burning down the front of the station after the repression that took place during the wake of Francisco Martínez, the street artist murdered by police in Panguipulli.
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