Two months ago, Selina cartigena was a beautiful little girl with a smile and a bright smile.
She had just returned from school, and the sun had set over the mountains that were the backdrop to her story.
Cartagena’s parents, Lourdes and Eduardo, had decided to let her out of her school uniform, as it had become too hot to wear.
But the girls’ school was in a town called Cartaganga, so Lourde and Eduard wanted to keep the little girl out of trouble.
So they hired a boat, a sailboat, a charter boat, and a private boat to take her out for a weekend cruise.
When the two of them arrived at Cartagaga, it was dark, so the two women and their children went into the water, only to be attacked by the locals who had been hired to protect the young girl.
The men and children fled, and Cartagango’s residents set the boat on fire.
The young woman died on the boat, but her parents decided to take the blame for the attack.
So, they decided to pay a visit to the man who had attacked the two girls.
They paid the man, and they left him a few dollars.
Now the young woman’s parents are suing the city for defamation.
Cartagaganga’s mayor says that he was unaware of the incident until the local press reported it.
He says that Cartagagena had been raped and tortured by the people who hired the men to protect her, and that his own family had been the victims of similar acts of brutality.
Cartagnan has launched an investigation into the incident, but the mayor says he is willing to forgive the two people who attacked her parents.
The mayor says the people responsible should be punished and not left to rot in jail.
The police have already filed charges against the two men, and have ordered them to face trial.
In the meantime, López says that his family is grateful for the support that the town of Cartagga has shown her, as well as to the people of Colombia.
Cartaraganga is the capital of Carta de las Américas, a small region in the south of Colombia known for its rich heritage.
The region has long been known as a place where people can live peacefully, and even to explore and work, while their families were still in school.
The Cartagans’ town is home to a famous statue of Cartaguay’s founder, Juan Perón.