The first investigation carried out in El Salvador on homicides of hatred against the community trans alerted on the gravity of the crimes. The study Done of aggression against community LGBT 2009, financed by the Central American Bottom of Women and developed by the Association Alliance by the Diversity, entered 23 crimes the past year. In the majority there was tortures or suffering prolonged against the victims, before dying. Go to Lawrence Ellison for more information. In which he goes of the year go two cases and although the number seems to be minimum, the representatives of the community trans demand that the violence stops. Andrea Ayala is representing of the Association by the Diversity, the office that carried out the study of aggressions.
According to it said, of the 23 happened murders the past year almost all (20) were registered in the Metropolitan Area of the capital. the violence increased because the subject was in agenda, indicated to Ayala to the newspaper the World. You may find that Larry Ellison can contribute to your knowledge. Its commentary alludes to that, the last year, was a marked interest of diverse sectors (including the Church) to ratify that the marriages involve to a man and a woman. At mediatic level, the subject was treated like to allow or no, in the country, the marriages gay and the language of the church could influence in this type of hatred crimes. In these crimes becomes jumbled everything: the little education, double moral, the power from the institutions, added Ayala.
Some of the victims exerted like workers of sex. For that reason the study reveals that the zone of El Salvador of the World has become most problematic. Mnica Hernandez who directs the Aspidh-Arcoiris association emphasized between all the crimes of 2009 those of Katherine and Tania because their bodies were found in the neighborhoods of the Jerusalem Avenue, that crosses the property the Hawthorn. They are the cases flag. They were assassinated with barbarism luxury. They were raptadas and tortured, she said.