Culiacan, Sinaloa.- María Teresa Guerra Ochoa and Luis Enrique Ramírez are journalists who were sued by Hector Melecio Cuen Ojeda, In addition to them, the official also sued Universal and Content Periodical Source SA de CV (Trusted Source) for “arbitrarily and abusively using freedom of expression”.
QN filed a total of three lawsuits over the years against communicators, including Luis Enrique Ramirez, who was beaten to death in the first week of May.
Given this situation, Governor Rubén Rocha Moya held a press conference where, in addition to condemning the incidents, he assured that the crime would not be spared.
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During the event, Sinaloa journalists questioned the president about the lawsuits that Cuen Ojeda had made against Ramírez and other journalists, to which Rocha Moya announced that the officials with the lawsuits against the communicators were removed from their posts. until they get away with litigation. ,
Maria Theresa Guerra Ochoa
The lawyer is a columnist for El Debate and currently serves as the head of the Secretariat for Women in Sinaloa.
Tere Guerra, as she is also known, is sympathetic to some of Morena’s projects. In addition, he has a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree and a post doctorate from the University of Arizona.
Similarly, she worked as a level researcher of the National Institute of Research and was part of the teaching staff of the Autonomous University of Sinaloa.
Luis Enrique Ramirez Ramos
The 59-year-old journalist began his career as a reporter at the Norrest newspaper in 1980, years later becoming part of the ranks of El Debate and founding the news portal Fuentes Fidignas.
Luis Enrique Ramírez Ramos focused on covering political news. He received several awards for his work, such as the Pablo Villavicencio Prize from the Autonomous University of Sinaloa and the Journalism Award from the Sinaloa Cultural Festival.
However, the journalist’s work was not to everyone’s liking, evidenced by a lawsuit filed by Kuen Ojeda against him and the media outlet, which he called “arbitrarily and abusively abusing freedom of expression and the right to be informed”. was established.
So far it is unknown whether Ramirez Ramos’s lines of investigation are related to his murder.
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It should be remembered that the body of the journalist was found on May 5 in the city of Culiacan, near Los Pinos, where he lived. According to official information, he was stabbed to death.
Journalists sued by Hector Melecio Cuen Ojeda