A video uploaded by Medellin DJ Yohan Melguizo on popular social network Facebook two months ago is causing outrage among animal lovers in Medellin, Colombia. The DJ works for Energia , a reggaeton radio station, and in the video  it seems there are three people at the scene where one of them is seen launching a live cat through the skies while singing Chombo's The Flying Cat . The other two at the scene have been tagged as Danny Lopez  and Santiago Agudelo Gutierrez , and in the video's comments it seems that it was Agudelo who did the launching while the others watched and recorded the incident. [Edited to Add: Video has since been taken down from DJ's facebook page]
On Facebook, people are starting to share this video and making a call for authorities to step up. Taking into accounts the recent attention given  to the case of the British woman caught on video as she calmly put a cat inside a trash can, it is hoped that the cat tossers in Medellin will have to take responsibility for their actions.
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Since the article was published, more information has come up through facebook. Julian Ortega sent in a note:
Me enteré hace un momento  (por esta página de FB ) de que el video que publicaron los reguetoneros ya circulaba desde antes en la red. Mira: http://www.cronica.cl/noticias/site/artic/20100202/pags/20100202164430.php  y http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=1362072454224  (total, los tipos aparecieron lavándose las manos y diciendo  que eso era ‘de un HP costeño’.
A group is up on Facebook  asking Melguizo to step up and explain why he posted the video (even if he wasn't involved) without any words of condemnation to the action. The group also posted a copy of the video in question, which has now been removed from the DJ's facebook page. It is in this group that the DJ responded to the video issue  a few hours ago:
Señores 1ro Que Todo Saludo Recargado De Energia segundo heyy El del
Video no soy Yo, 1ro ese Hp es costeño y ese fukcing video me lo
mandaron por coreo y simplente lo comparti en el facebook por que me
parecio asqueroso, y ay dejen de andar mandando mensajes sin saber bn las cosas
Melguizo also erased comments from his facebook video where the conversation implied that they were involved with the cat throwing, but as Juan David Hurtado posts on his blog , the internet screen capturing fingers are quicker :
Dejo aquí el video y capturas de pantalla obtenidas por dos usuarios en las cuales se ve claramente algunos comentarios ya borrados en los que incluso, uno de sus compañeros tilda a “La rata” como el autor material del hecho. Por ahí dicen que el que nada debe, nada teme… ¿por qué habrán borrado esos comentarios?
In Antofagasta Chile, a person who similarly posted the video online apologized publicly after he was accused of throwing the cat from his balcony. He wrote to the papers  stating that he understood that he had made a mistake by uploading that video to Facebook, that he didn't mean to hurt so many people and clarified that he only shared the video, but didn't have anything to do with authoring it.