Massacre of the Seven Thousand
|Massacre of the Seven Thousand|
|Part of the Partisan Resistance in Creeperopolis and the Creeperian Conflicts|
Creeperian soldiers after burning the homes of 7,000 suspected partisans.
|Location||Salasate, Abdan, Creeperopolis|
|Date||April 5, 1957|
|Target||Creeperian Partisans, Communists, Socialists, Atheists|
|Massacre, Mass Execution, Arson, Looting, Mass Rape|
The Massacre of the Seven Thousand (Creeperian Spanish: Masacre de los'Siete Mil), also called the Massacre of Salasate (Masacre de Salasate), was a massacre perpetrated by the 15th Creeperian Army against over 7,000 partisans and civilians in the village of Salasate, Abdan, on April 5, 1957. The massacre saw the deaths of partisan leaders Ernesto Guevara Castro, Alberto Medrano Fuentes, Miguel Arroyave Ruiz, and Víctor Mejía Múnera. Ricardo Klement Encarnación, an officer of the Destacamento Médico de Élite who became the Teguracoa camp doctor on May 30, 1936, and had evaded capture for eight years, was lynched and mutilated during the massacre.