anonymous report, from contra info (translation):

"March 13, somewhere in Santiago.

Hidden by the night, we gather materials ready to fight, in an exercise of remembrance, this battle will always be easier than combating memory.

After walking for a while, we threw 'miguelitos' on the highway to cause the most damage possible to the cars that were passing by; afterwards we went to a postal company, we laughed together as we heard the stones hitting the cars' windshields. At that very moment we saw flashlights. They were looking for us. We ran, and next to us, a four-legged companion accompanied the action.

Away from danger, we went on to the next target, a church, which we decided to stone; buses from Transantiago were also attacked, and later we sabotaged the locks of a butcher shop. Once the action was over, we got out of there quickly, we were excited and then we returned to the calm.

We took a break in our lives, opening the way to vandalism, to remember Javier Recabarren, this little boy who with the conviction of his beliefs knew how to awaken in us emotions of all kinds, infecting the body.

We remember those who are not here.

For those who are inside the cages, and those who accompany us in this lapse of life."

*Javier Recabarren was an 11-year-old, vegan activist who fought for the closure of the Santiago zoo, among other activism. He was struck and killed by a Transantiago bus on March 18, 2015.

Spanish:
"13 de marzo, algún lugar de Santiago.

Refugiados por la noche, reunimos los materiales dispuestos a enfrentarnos en un ejercicio por la memoria, esta batalla será siempre más fácil que combatir el olvido.

Luego de caminar un rato, arrojamos “miguelitos” en la carretera para causar el mayor daño posible a los automóviles que circulaban por ahí, después nos acercamos a una empresa de correos, reímos juntxs al escuchar el impacto de las piedras contra los parabrisas de sus autos. En ese momento vimos luces de linternas. Nos buscaban. Huimos corriendo, junto a nosotrxs, un compa de cuatro patas acompañaba la acción.

Lejos del peligro, ahora nos dirigimos al próximo objetivo, una iglesia, a la que decidimos apedrear, buses del transantiago también fueron atacados, posteriormente saboteamos los candados de una carnicería. Terminada la acción salimos de ahí rápidamente, nos agitamos y volvemos a la calma.

Hacemos un alto en nuestras vidas, abriendo paso al vandalismo, para recordar a Javier Recabarren, este pequeño que con su convicción por las ideas supo despertar en nosotrxs emociones de todo tipo, llegando a contagiar el cuerpo.

Hacemos memoria por lxs que no están.

Por lxs que están dentro de las jaulas, y aquellxs que nos acompañan en este lapsus de vida."