Four days have passed since the murder of our associate columnist Luis Enrique Ramírez Ramos and so far little progress has been made, presented by the state attorney general’s office, in the hope that they will yield results with the special group assigned to investigate the massacre. For her part, Sinaloa’s attorney general, Sara Bruna Quinonez, promised in an interview with EL DEBATE that the fellow journalist’s guilt would not be spared, adding that she was “disappointed and hurt by the acts of so much barbarism.” Which happens in our situation”.
Similarly, among advances, they confirm that Luis Enrique Ramírez was deprived of liberty near his home, at dawn, where he finds some signs and, in expert opinion, concludes that he had a shotgun wound in his right leg. And that the cause of death was due to a concussion, a blow to the head.
In the place where he would have been denied liberty, he found a sandal that the family recognized, blood, a cell phone in the prosecutor’s office laboratory, and shell casings. Also, neighbors saw that when some people forcefully put them in a white car.
In an interview with the state’s attorney general, he announces that Luis Enrique Ramírez left his home at that time of the night because he received a call from a friend to see him there, for safety’s sake, he omitted the name.
We do know that Governor Rubén Rocha Moya personally visited the mother of Luis Enrique Ramírez and joined the collective after his awakening. The directions he has given to the prosecutor’s office are to not make any resources or attempts to explain the murder.
It is known that the relationship between the governor of the state and the journalist Luis Enrique Ramírez, who was Ruben Rocha’s press officer at the time when he sought state governorship for the second time, was always very good.
This Monday it is expected that the state prosecutor’s office will present the results, that there will be real progress, that 72 hours have already passed since the murder, which is crucial to solving the crime. Prosecutor Sarah Bruna Quinoz must know that she faces a great challenge.
Last Friday, fellow journalists demonstrated in the cathedral in Culiacán to demand justice, that the murder of Luis Enrique should not be spared, that his journalistic work should not be dismissed as the main line of investigation into the crime. needed.
Today at 5:00 p.m. civil society called a rally at the Angel of Independence in Mexico City to demand justice for fellow columnists, with organizers asking to be dressed in black, as journalism mourns around the world.
Until the close of this column, we still had no information that the President of the Republic, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has issued an official statement. Only the communications coordinator, Jess Ramírez, posted a message on the social network. The positioning is expected to take place this morning.
Fellow journalist Luis Enrique Ramírez has a four-day pardon for the offense and the publishing house’s position is clear “we don’t want common excuses.” The demand of the entire union and civil society is now justice!
political memory. “If justice exists, it must be for all; no one can be ruled out, otherwise it would not be justice”: Paul Auster.