A witness told news broadcaster Bolivisión that unidentified people, including some hooded men, entered Morales' apartment to obtain information.
As a result, the crowd destroyed furniture and furnishings and scratched walls. with insulting messages against the former president. Immediately, demonstrators who had arrived in the uprising entered the house and searched the site.
The video was shared on Twitter by BNO News.
CLOCK: Protesters have entered and searched the house of former Bolivian President Evo Morales. pic.twitter.com/1W78z2ReZu
– BNO News (@BNONews) November 11, 2019
The former President's neighbors kept watch to protect their homes and declared that they were not Protecting what is left of Evo Morales, but to prevent looters from exploiting the disruption to fight their property.
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Waldo Albarracín, Rector of the Universidad Mayor of San Andrés and President of Bolivia's National Committee for the Defense of Democracy, who denounced the plundering of his house in the Cota area of La Paz, added one another Bolivisión report.
A bunch of Masistas burned and destroyed my house, my family and I are fine and I am in a safe place. This criminal act shows the violent and criminal character of the socialist movement. This will not silence me, I will continue to denounce injustice and corruption pic.twitter.com/Y3Zo6nUoWq
– Waldo Albarracin (@w_albarracin) November 11, 2019