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  • Mijo, you deserve to know, you are adopted. Your biological parents were killed by the Monteneros when you were but a baby. We took you in.
  • DAMMMMN!
  • Marceau was a patriota; he loved his country, as he was raised. He grew to want to honor his parents, both biological and adopted. So he joined the Argentine militar. He was told he was doing good....
  • GET ON THE GROUND! YOU ARE FOUND GUILTY OF TREASON AGAINST THE ARGENTINE GOVERNMENT!
  • Marceau, believing he was doing good by his nación, participated in raids against enemies of the government, But his dudas were growing.
  • These poor families...
  • Marceau Corella, our protagonist, is told he was adopted into his military family as a young boy. Knowing his parents were killed by a guerilla group, el Monteneros, fuel his desire to serve his country.
  • I just don't know anymore, compañero. Are we doing the right thing? Dios mio, we kill children!
  • We serve the Argentine government, Do not say things like this. Or you may share the fate of those we take.
  • Marceau joins the military and is stationed in the federal police as soon as he turns 18
  • Finally, in a raid against a guerilla safe house, Marceau's conscience gets the better of him, and he lets a boy go.
  • Carrera, niño (Run, boy), while you still can.
  • Marceau's doubts begin to manifest as he sees the atrocites he and his comrades commit througout raids against so-called criminal protestors.
  • Marceau voices his concerns to a fellow soldier in a bar.
  • A safehouse is raided, and Marceau lets Austino Decorres go.
  • Marceau, after being tortured and imprisoned for several days, is executed.
  • But the Argentine government find out that he let a rebelde, a rebel, go. Marceau is imprisoned, tortured, and killed, experience what he had himself doomed so many protesters to go through.
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