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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Rene Osorio
In a capital so dangerous that only the "walking dead" are said to venture out after dark, nothing could draw an obedient son from the safety of his parents' suburban home into the deserted night. Nothing, that is, but a girl.
The army chief, Rene Osorio, told the press Ebed had failed to stop at an army checkpoint and deserved what he got.
"Everyone who does not stop at a military checkpoint is involved in something," Osorio said.