The cries for justice and accountability echoed loudly in the city of Rosario on the evening of 8th September 2016. Rosario Sangra – ‘Rosario is Bleeding’ – was the cry. This kind of violence is all too routine for the citizens of Argentina’s third largest city, home to around 1.3m people including the greater Rosario area. In recent years the violence plaguing the city has received its fair share of national, and even international media coverage. The streets of Rosario, left once again to the patrol of the provincial police, slowly but surely began to succumb to high levels of violence.