Who was involved - Disappearance of Ciro Castillo A much...

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What is the event? The disappearance of Ciro Castillo Who was involved? Ciro Castillo and Rosario Ponse When did it happen? In April 4, 2011. Where did it happen? In the Colca’s cannon, Arequipa. What happened? The students Ciro Castillo and Rosario Ponse disappeared during a hike in the Colca’s Cannon. They were last seen for a miner in March 31. How was the event sensationalized? The news media was relentless and accurate in the way they covered the
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Unformatted text preview: Disappearance of Ciro Castillo. A much discussed case was the disappearance of young student Ciro Castillo , who disappeared in the Colca Valley on April 4, 2011 along with his girlfriend Rosario Ponce, which was considered the main culprit. The young man finally was found dead on October 26 in the region of Bomboya , was immediately recognized by the clothes they wore...
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