Passenger attacked by Colombian Migration official spoke about what happened: in addition to the kick, he punched him in the face

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Juan Ramón Camarillo confessed that he did not intend to become famous for the attack carried out by the “caveman” agent of the entity at the El Dorado airport in Bogotá

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Passenger attacked by Colombian Migration official spoke about what happened: in addition to kicking him, he punched him in the face

Juan Ramón Camarillo was the citizen attacked by a Colombian Migration official at the El Dorado airport. Screenshots

As Jaime Adolfo Sánchez The Colombian Migration official who kicked a citizen who was in the migration line at the El Dorado airport was identified. The latter, named Juan Ramón Camarillo, requested information along with his wife about alleged problems with the biometric identification machine that speeds up the process of entry of travelers into the country.

In the midst of that discussion, Sánchez committed the reprehensible aggression. Precisely, one of the first to react to the fact was Camarillo, who through his Twitter account pointed out that he never thought of becoming famous for the kick that the “caveman” of the official entity gave him.

“The good thing is that everything was recorded on video and I never attacked the man,” the affected person published in a thread of trills published on the afternoon of this Thursday, November 24. He also asked the current justice to speed up this case and pointed out that he came to the country to rest and spend time with his family, not to be mistreated by disdainful officials.

The electrical engineer by profession, also denounced that, added to the kick, the taxi driver who transported him wanted to charge him more “because of the coastal accent.” Hours later, he posted a video on that same profile at night. There he expanded his complaint and the details of what happened, and took the opportunity to draw various conclusions from the episode that became popular in a few hours. He said that behind the kick given by the official there was a racist act.

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”The discussion should be directed towards the structural racism that exists in this country, because that official treated me rudely and dismissively because of my skin color,” Camarillo said.

Passenger attacked by Colombian Migration official spoke about what happened: in addition to kicking him, he punched him in the face

Juan Ramón Camarillo, a citizen who was attacked by a Colombian Migration official, spoke about what happened on his Twitter account. PHOTO: (@JuanRaCamarillo)

Later, he detailed what happened before and during the altercation with the official, detailing that not only was he kicked by the Migration agent, but he was also punched in the face.

“(…) I try to make the entry through the biometric check that has Migration, it is not possible. I make a line to be seen by an Immigration official, the man who attacked me and what he did at that moment was ask me if I had already done the check, I said yes, to which he answered me in a rude,” said the victim, who confessed to feeling irritated by the agent's attitude.

Immediately afterwards, he said that he tried to do the biometric check unsuccessfully, and later had a word exchange with Jaime Adolfo Sánchez, who told him that he was going to call the Police. Minutes later, I returned with a supervisor; he told him that if he had been mistreated by the agent, he could file a complaint. Just at that moment “the aggressor comes and punches me in the face with which he breaks my mouth.”

Passenger attacked by Colombian Migration official spoke about what happened: in addition to kicking him, he punched him in the face

Screenshot from YouTube.

“I am sure, and I do sign this anywhere, that if I am the one who punches him, at this moment I would be in a URI, I have no doubt,” Camarillo also stated, emphasizing the structural racism mentioned at the beginning of the video. When he shook his fist, the headphones that the victim was wearing fell to the ground; and when he went to pick them up, Sánchez kicked me that was seen in the video broadcast on Twitter.

The attacker, according to the complainant, had a racist attitude against him, because “Among the insults that I remember he said to me, he said that I was a gamín and a piece of shit” and assured that he will file a legal action before the Prosecutor's Office.

You can see here the complete video in which Juan Ramón Camarillo detailed what happened before, during and after being attacked in El Dorado: