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The UFO phenomenon and the Daily Press:

More cattle mutilated near General Acha, Argentina, 2002:

The article has been published by the newspaper La Arena, region of Quehue, Argentina, on June 3, 2002.

Another dead cow found in the Quehue region

"Two more cows were found dead yesterday (Sunday, June 2, 2002) under very strange circumstances in a field owned by Mario Horacio Guinder some 15 kilometers (9 miles) away from General Acha, to the east of the city."

"As in earlier cases, the animals were missing certain organs. No traces were found on the premises, and the cause of death remained a mystery at the close of this edition. The two animals were found some 500 meters (1,650 feet) away from each other. Police authorities and a professional veterinarian went to the site and were stunned by the fact that one of the cows had an embryo 'cleanly' removed from its womb 'as though some type of laser beam had been used,' according to the veterinarian." A couple of days later, "another dead cow was found mysteriously slain in a field in the Quehue region. The event occurred this time at the 'La Gilardina' ranch, located approximately 10 kilometers (6 miles) south of General Acha. The animal was missing certain organs as in similar cases, which now add up to more than ten."

"In an interview with La Arena, the officer in charge of the Quehue police station, Julio Acosta, stated that at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday (June 4, 2002), Angel Junco, the foreman at La Gilardina ranch, reported having found a dead cow that was white and drained of blood, missing the right half of its jaw, tongue, right eye and all of its udders. But unlike other cases, the animal had been completely hollowed out because its lungs were also missing." "According to the information provided by Acosta, the event would have taken place during the early morning hours on Tuesday since Junco had been roaming the premises the day before and didn't come across anything unusual."

"The police investigation is under the command of Quehue deputy sheriff Julio Acosta from the police station located along Provincial Highway 18."

"Meanwhile, a resident of Quehue reported that at 10:30 p.m. on Monday night (June 3, 2002), when the (mutilation) event might have taken place, he had witnessed several intense lights in the direction of La Gilardina."

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