Hermosillo, Sonora. – A 26-year-old has become The first person to be prosecuted under the Olympia Act Even when Sonora condemns three former high school classmates Digitally transmitting content that violates the privacy of three women.
Agents from the Ministerial Agency for Criminal Investigation (AMIC) and the State Public Security Police (PESP) executed an arrest warrant for Luis “Ann”.
The defendants used various aliases to disguise themselves and exchange “packs” with different users.
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last was 11 May associated with the process Since the judge validated the evidence provided by the complainants.
It is known that the three victims of this crime were the accomplices of the accused and one of them had a love affair with him for some time.
The process began on March 2 by the Sonora State Attorney General’s Office (FGJE), which in turn issued an investigation order to the Ministerial Criminal Investigation Agency (AMIC).
As part of the investigation, agents conducted interviews with witnesses and victims, managing to identify the alleged person responsible for the dissemination of this material on the Internet with photographs.
The process continued with the request for an arrest warrant with the technology of search checkwhich was approved.
They were confiscated during the search electronic equipment owned by the defendantFor the purpose of analysis by personnel of specialist services, cyber intelligence and telephony.
Olympia law in the state of Sonora establishes:
commits a crime of violation of sexual intimacywhich in any way is exposed, distributed, transmitted, displayed, reproduced, broadcast, marketed, offered, published, exchanged, shared, video record, audio record, photo, film or production, images, audio or sexual, erotic or obscene material Video is a real or altered person, whether printed, recorded or digital, without the consent of the victim
For these charges the accused Louis “Ann” can be charged. 4 to 6 years in prison and 150 to 300 measurement and updated units.
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First person to be prosecuted by Olympia law in Sonora