Nuevo Leone.- The Adolfo Guerrero, Attorney General of the State of Nuevo León responded to Governor Samuel García Sepulveda After him the state president FGE will accuse FGE of hiding investigation folders in Yolanda Martinez caseOn Sunday 8 May, the body of a young man was found in the municipality of Juarez.
It was through the social networks of the prosecutor’s office that the attorney general spoke forcefully against Samuel Garcia, who he used to expose the pain of the victims to the public’s judgment.
“I regret that social networks are used to send messages to the prosecutor’s office when there are official means for this, it is also worrying that victims are used in the media as the governor has consistently done and that Even worse is that they have been put first. Judgment without respect for the pain of the people and with a purpose that clearly does not seek justice”, Condolences to Adolfo Guerrero.
The officer replied that the task of the prosecution is to “investigate the causes of the violent deaths of the women” and that the job of the governor (Samuel García) is “Protect them and prevent their death”.
He also explained that the prosecutor’s office does its job regardless of both political and media criticism with regard to legislation that protects the human rights of victims.
The prosecutor insisted that they follow the law and the science that supports the investigation. Therefore, he pointed out that requesting files by breaking the law is evidence of apparent ignorance.
The message came moments after Governor Samuel Garcia published a video with the family of Yolanda Martinez, accusing prosecutors of concealing the investigation. Pointing out that they only excused requests for access to the investigation folder and thus provided data on the legal issue.
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In this sense, the governor ruled that he needed a response and reiterated his commitment to the family of Yolanda Martinez.
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