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People march to demand justice for 2-year-old child beaten up to death by his stepfather

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San Cristobal de las Casas, Feb 18 (EFE).- A mother of a two-year-old child, who was allegedly beaten to death by his stepfather, rallied together with other women Thursday in southern Mexico to demand justice for the child.Sandra Janet Sánchez Gómez, mother of the boy, explained to media that her partner Rolando Armando Hernández admitted that he had hurt her baby while she was out running errands on Wednesday. (Camera: MITZI FUENTES).SHOT LIST: PEOPLE MARCH TO DEMAND JUSTICE FOR THE BOY WHO WAS BEATEN TO DEATH BY HIS STEPFATHER AND THE FUNERAL OF THE BOY IN SAN CRISTOBAL DE LAS CASAS, CHIAPAS STATE, MEXICO.

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