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  • Start with two sets of ten. After two to three weeks you should be able to increase to sets of 15. When you feel ready increase to three sets.
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The Romans had taken Britain and made it their own, but when the Roman Empire collapses on itself, the Roman legions leave the fringes of the Empire and draw back toward the center, to Rome. Leaving Britannia defenseless against the Saxon barbarians.

She was a Roman Briton and she embodied all that Rome stood for. He hated her on sight. She, proudly Roman, fought him with every breath. He burned his way into her life, destroying the world as she knew it, and she vowed to fight him to the death, either hers or his.

He was a Saxon warrior and stood for everything she loathed and feared. He was a beast, an animal...a barbarian. He destroyed her villa by fire and then stayed to torment her, finding joy in her despair, playing out his revenge upon her until he grew bored with his game and decided to kill her.

The hate they felt for each other burned with a fiery blaze, yet when he touched her, she trembled. They felt only hatred burning in their souls...or was it respect, admiration, and even love?

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Rodrigo Rojas, burned to death by the military, 1985
Rodrigo Rojas, burned to death by the military, 1985
TEXT: The Supreme Court sentenced Army captain Pedro Fernandez Dittus to 600 days in prison for his responsibility in the burning death of Rodrigo Rojas DeNegri and the serious burns sustained by Carmen Gloria Quintana in July 1986. This ruling, in what has come to be known as "Caso Quemados", doubled a 1991 sentence from the Martial Court, which had sentenced Fernandez to 300 days imprisonment and which was later suspended. Fernandez has no chance of having his 600 day sentence suspended, but the 180 days he spent in prison in 1986 will be discounted. The victims' family lawyers had appealed the Martial Court decision that held Fernandez responsible for mere negligence in the death of Rodrigo Rojas. Yesterday's Supreme Court ruling was divided. Judge Adolfo Banados, lawyer German Vidal, and Army general auditor Fernando Torres Silva voted for the 600 day sentence under charges of negligence; Judges Mario Garrido and Eleodoro Ortiz and lawyer Eugenio Velasco voted for a sentence of five years for murder and 541 days for serious injuries. In case of a tie vote, the Code of Justice establishes that the sentence most favorable to the accused prevail. On the morning of July 2, 1986, a day of national protest against the military dictatorship, a military patrol commanded by Fernandez Dittus intercepted a group of young people in Los Nogales, municipality of Estacion Central in the capital. All escaped except Rojas and Quintana, who were severely beaten by military personnel, and later soaked with gasoline and set afire. Once in flames and unconscious, patrol members wrapped them in blankets and drove them to an isolated road in the outskirts of Santiago. Rodrigo Rojas and Carmen Gloria Quintana were taken to a hospital by local dwellers who found them, but Rojas died four days later due to his injuries. Carmen Gloria Quintana underwent a long medical treatment in Chile and Canada, but still sustains disfiguring scars as a result of her burns. The final sentence states that Fernandez Dittus did not take enough precautions in the "accidental combustion" of inflammable material, and that he was negligent in not taking the two to a hospital on time. Lawyer Hector Salazar, representing the DeNegri and Quintana families, affirmed that the sentence is too lenient, and is not proportional to the crime committed and the commotion it caused in Chile and abroad. Carmen Gloria Quintana was also upset with the sentencing, saying that it reflects "a country divided among those who recognize that there were human rights violations and injustice and those who keep denying it." "For me this sentence is very painful," said Quintana, "because it was our last opportunity for justice... I have waited eight years for justice, and they sentence him to only 600 days. Something broke inside me today; I don't know how I will explain all that happened to my daughter." Fernandez Dittus was a lieutenant in 1986. A year after Rojas' death and Quintana's burns, he was promoted to captain. He will now probably be dismissed from the Army.
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