A man sought by police for the rape and murder of a nine year old little girl was found by locals in Tucuman (before the police could find him) and beaten to death.
Not only that, the crowd continued to beat him when he had already died and when the police arrived, they appear to have simply looked on without intervening.
He probably got what he deserved in the long run, but when does law and order prevail? This is really a complete breakdown of law and it certainly isn't the first time this kind of lynching has occurred in Argentina.
If it had been my daughter, would I have joined in? Probably out of rage and without thinking of the consequences.