United States Terrorism

Posted by marmara on May 29, 2013

He learned to be more supportive friends, family and faith helped him to overcome the tragedy, but also the fact to be useful for other people that passed through the same experience than him. I tried to help other victims of terrorism, as the the 11-M in Madrid. Me I went to Santa Eugenia and I was talking with them, conveyed them to the mercy of God is stronger than any evil in the world and told them to work intensely, helps to overcome the problem, he has told. According to him, the experience taught him also to be more supportive, so it was working as a volunteer for the legal advice of Caritas. Without rancor toward terrorists San Pio has not never had any feeling of resentment towards those who killed his daughter because, for him, what hate is terrorism itself, not to the terrorists, as they are pieces in the hands of terrorism.

The lawyer, that does not justify any act of this kind nor the 11-S, has opined that terrorism takes advantage of social injustice that is in the world and feeds people that lend themselves to be, for example, inmolados instead of being saved. Despite this, he rejoiced the disappearance of Bin Laden on May 1 of this year: I was not happy for his death, but for the disappearance of at least a part of the power of Al-Qaida. This fact, however, not comforted him: the death of my daughter, my grandson budding and my son-in-law had already occurred, could not change the situation, so you not consoled me that this man would die and neither would have done if it had gone to jail. Jose Luis De San Pio has a pin with the flags of United States and Spain which starts every day after 11-S, and another also an American flag in his Office next to the Aragon, his homeland. EE UU legislation is very different from ours. This man (Bin Laden) was a terrorist, there is no U.S. law that prevents that you were captured by force and killed.

Under the perspective of United States, this is not illegitimate, he added. St. Pio and his family you will recall his daughter through a private mass which will be held in Madrid. I think it good that anniversaries are remember what It passed, but not so much anecdotes or the details of the day, but the fundamental: that terrorism still exists, said, and added that they were promised many things to combat this problem and few have been made. Source of the news: the father of the victim only Spanish in the 11-S: “still be able to go to the ground zero”

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