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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

JUSTICE FOR LORENZO

An eight years old boy Lorenzo Gonzalez was taken to a medical clinic on Mar 9, 2010 around 5:30 am, his mom Ana Cacho, claimed he fell off the bed he was sharing with his 5 years old sister, and fractured his nose. He later died at 6:00 am. Autopsy revealed, he had a fracture skull around one of his temples, brain hemorrhage, laceration on his eyebrow (same side of the temple fractured), and a fracture nose which was puncture (murder weapon unknown). She claimed to have checked the kids at 2:00 am and they were ok, but was awaken by her 5 years old daughter claiming her son Lorenzo was bleeding profusely at 4:00 am, but the mother did not dial 9-1-1, nor did she take Lorenzo to the hospital right away. Ana Cacho waited until 5:30 am to transport her son to a medical clinic located 5 minutes away from her home. Once he died, she arranged to have his body cremated, a process the boy's father pleaded to cease through court order and succeeded.

The boy's mother, who is currently going through a nasty divorce from the children father, claimed she was alone in her upscale neighborhood home with her 3 children ages 13, 8 and 5 years of age. After much investigation, the authorities later found she was in fact in the company of 2 adult males until past midnight hours. The crime scene was not secure by authorities until a week later, but a crack pipe was found and an empty crack capsule along with it once the police entered the home to investigate. It is said by the media that the crime scene has been altered and therefore there is no way to find who, what, how Lorenzo was murdered. The mother is not cooperating with authorities because her lawyers advised her that she's entitled to remain silence and not incriminate herself. Ana Cacho have recruited the help of 2 lawyers and a top criminalist, ex Secretary of Justice Antonio R. Sagardia. Although she has not been charged with any crime, she is considered a suspect along with the 2 adult males present at the home the night of the murder.

Custody of the other two children was removed, not until 3 weeks after this cruel murder, due to great pressure we (this group on facebook) ensued on the government, and Child Protective Services.

The FBI is currently helping local authorities solve this crime because one of the adult males suspects who is, in fact, a federal agent exchanged text messages with Ana Cacho while her son was bleeding to death on his bed.

Ana Cacho comes from a wealthy family in Puerto Rico who have lots of political and judicial influences.One year

has passed since Lorenzo Gonzalez passing and no one have been charged with this cruel murder which happened in his own home. A paramedic present when Ana Cacho brought her son to the medical clinic, claimed he knew from the start that the boy's injuries were not consistent with a fall, because Lorenzo's face was destroyed and he was bleeding profusely. Also, the doctor who saw the boy, failed to contact Child Protective Services, and also failed to follow child abuse protocol.

Signs of a cover up are there and no one is talking, except for us the people in this facebook group Justice for Lorenzo Gonzalez, and we want justice for this innocent 8 years old boy.

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