Updated:01/07/2021 17: 37h
Some media dared to define this Wednesday’s assault on US Capitol in Washington as one of the most dramatic and violent moments in the history of the country. Bold statement when talking about a country that lived through a serious civil war in the nineteenth century in which more than half a million people died, which has seen four elected presidents murdered and which yields annual figures of more than 30,000 deaths by weapons of fire. No, America has never been a country for the meek.
This Wednesday was not even the first attack that the Capitol has suffered in its history. In 1954, a group of Puerto Rican nationalists shot in the camera