In calling for withholding impunity in his case, Alyssa Zollalpa Martinez Asked the Mexico City Attorney General’s Office (fgjcdmx) who identifies that he lost the investigative folder launched in 2001 for the attempted murder of his then-partner, who sprayed chemicals on his face and body and tried to murder him in Xochimilco.
This, because he affirmed that in this way he could reach the justice he had long fought for. 21 years and that he has not succeeded because of human rights violations, impunity and negligence on the part of the authorities, as they claim he does not know where his file is.
Similarly, he insisted that he would not get justice in his case until CDMX is in charge of the prosecutor’s office. Ernestina GodoyRecognize the error as “in order to correctly replace my folder I need the prosecutor’s office to recognize that this investigative folder was lost”.
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Whereas, with the support of the groups, this April he managed to get a court to sentence his former partner Javier Ediberto to seven years in prison though for the crime of family violence, in a case in which he also filed Was lying. An appeal to the first sentence imposed by Judge Adolfo Rodriguez Campasano, as it had given him only five years in prison and with the benefit of parole, despite the fact that there was a risk that he would survive.
While it has also managed to get to Mexico City’s Superior Court of Justice (TSJCDMX) order FGJCDMX to investigate the alleged negligence that led to the loss of the 2001 attempt to murder file against Alyssa, as well as order coercive action against whoever is responsible.
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in 2001, Javier Adiberto He allegedly tied Alyssa to a tree and then threw chemicals used for plants at her, threatening to kill her, but she managed to escape after burning the ties with acid.
And although she won the first fight, with a sentence of family violence, that’s not enough for Alyssa, because the most serious crime, which is felony murder, is not punished, other than to point out that the prison posed threats. Has not stopped, continues. Against him, both from him and his family.
“I am alive, I am raising my voice and claiming all forms of violence and human rights violations because at that time I did not know how to face the legal process,” she said.
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“As a woman from a native city where masculinity prevails, it is important to leave a clear message to the men in my community that aggression of any kind will be punished,” she concluded.
Victim of attempted murder accuses FGJCDMX of losing his folder, TSJCDMX has already ordered investigation