#BreakingNews Explosion at Headquarters of the Catholic Bishops' Conference in Bolivia after Bishops Support Unborn Child
The General Secretariat of the Bolivian Bishops 'Conference (CEB) reported the explosion of a bomb, which occurred early in the morning of Wednesday 24 November, at the entrance to the building that houses the headquarters of the Bishops' Conference, without causing consequences to people, but only damage. The CEB also released images from a security camera showing a person depositing an artefact at the entry door and then disappearing, while the detonation took place 20 seconds later.
The person activating the explosive wears a suit similar to those used for pandemic biosecurity, has his head covered with a hood, and uses synthetic gloves. While there is no indication or claim as to the origin of the attack, many believe it was the result of the controversy surrounding the Bolivian Church's position on the recent case of an 11-year-old girl who became pregnant as a result of violence. The Bishops urged the authorities to respect and protect the right to life of the child victim of violence, as well as that of the pregnant child, because "both lives must be protected". (Excerpt from Fides.org)
FULL TEXT Release from the Conference: