Monterrey, Nuevo León.- Former governor Jaime Rodriguez’s wife, Adelina Davalos, plans to file a criminal complaint against state officials after discovering two tumors in “El Bronco.”
On leaving the University Hospital, the legal team of former governor of the state And DIF, the former president of the state, agreed that they are analyzing legal tactics against those responsible for the late oversight of the former governor, for which they are collecting requested information from various state agencies.
“Whatever your defense, I am going to do everything I do as a family, legally, against the people who are responsible for it today. Jaime (Rodriguez) could be at risk,” Davlos said.
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found out yesterday Former Governor Jaime Rodriguez Two tumors of another four centimeters were found, which may represent colon cancer.
Davlos said that “there are many” responsible.
“I raise my voice against the health secretary, because he had said very hurtful words a few days ago, (he said) that Jaime was in a normal health condition, that there was nothing serious, and since he put himself in place Not being able to tell Jaime and my kids as a wife, as a woman and as a mother that their father might have cancer,” she said.
“I’m not going to stop before the situation that we live in as a family, but the lawyers are also not going to stop to be able to point and defend everything, from day one they were told that Jaime should Attention is needed and they didn’t.”
The legal team representing Adalina Dávalos is different from the team she defends former governorLawyer Gabriel Garcia clarified.
“Never,” Garcia said, “whether this has been a legal strategy, its subject is medical, its health issue is real.”
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He assured that the university hospital’s medical team said there are “high chances” that tumors derived from colon cancer are treated.
Rodriguez still needs an operation related to the condition of the diverticula.