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CDMX Government reaffirmed zero impunity in the case of the feminicide of Montserrat Juárez


In the audio you hear how Montserrat's father-in-law asks his son to kill her.  (X/SSC)
In the audio you hear how Montserrat’s father-in-law asks his son to kill her. (X/SSC)

In an official statement, issued by the Head of Government, Marti Batresthe commitment to not tolerate impunity in the case of the feminicide of Montserrat Juárez was reaffirmed, as well as the general behavior of those in uniform in the capital.

Regarding the case, arrest warrants have been issued by the Attorney General’s Office, and those involved, including officers of the Secretary of Citizen Securitywhich are being investigated.

“Two people allegedly related to the femicide were initially detained, followed by a third person. In addition, two police officers are in custody due to their alleged omission or misinformation that could have obstructed the investigation,” explained the Head of Government.

In an official statement, it was highlighted that the professionalization and training of the police force will continue to be reinforced, especially in cases of this severity. It was also stressed that sanctions for those who break the law will continue to be an integral part of the response to these problems.

Regarding the measures taken to strengthen the police, it was mentioned that the salaries of agents have been increased by 54%, which contributes to the professionalization process. However, it was emphasized that training will continue to be essential.

Furthermore, it was emphasized that any member of the force who commits an infraction, from the most minor to the most serious, will be punished accordingly. In the past, sdisciplinary actions in several similar cases, which serves as a clear message that certain behaviors will not be tolerated, especially in situations as egregious as this one.

The Mexico City Prosecutor’s Office has issued arrest warrants against two police officers, identified as Fredy N and René N. Both were captured on video helping to transport the body of Montserrat Juárez, and it is suspected that they could have incurred the crime. crime of delay of justice.

In addition, a precautionary measure of temporary suspension has been imposed on Karen N and Gabriela N, agents of the Auxiliary Public Ministry “A” of the Investigation Prosecutor’s Office Territorial in Miguel Hidalgo.

The spokesperson for the Attorney General’s Office (FGJ) explained that, after carrying out exhaustive investigations, it was possible to establish a timeline that shed light on how the events developed.

Carmen "N" was captured on video when Montserrat's body was removed from the building.  (X/@seven_letters)
Carmen “N” was captured on video when Montserrat’s body was removed from the building. (X/@seven_letters)

“After conversations with residents of the area, we received information that the body of a woman with characteristics that matched the person wanted in the State of Mexico had been transferred to a local funeral home,” the spokesperson explained.

The detectives of the FGJ They went to the funeral home facilities and confirmed that the young woman’s body would be cremated. They immediately informed their superiors, and the Femicide Crime Investigation Prosecutor’s Office took over the case. The body was recovered and transferred to the Institute of Forensic Sciences (INCIFO) to carry out the Ley necropsy.

This statement reaffirms the commitment of the authorities to not allow impunity in the case of the feminicide of Montserrat Juárez and to guarantee that justice is done. These actions seek to prevent future similar incidents and improve the safety of women in the Mexico City.

Femicide is not only limited to the act of homicide itself, but can also include other types of gender violence, such as sexual harassment.  (PHOTO: ARTEMIO GUERRA BAZ /CUARTOSCURO.COM)
Femicide is not only limited to the act of homicide itself, but can also include other types of gender violence, such as sexual harassment. (PHOTO: ARTEMIO GUERRA BAZ /CUARTOSCURO.COM)

A feminicide is a term used to describe the murder of a woman due to her gender or as a result of gender violence. It is considered a hate crime based on discrimination and violence against women due to their gender status. The femicides They usually involve extreme violence and, in many cases, a high degree of misogyny on the part of the perpetrator.

Femicides are not limited only to the act of homicide itself, but can also include other types of gender violence, such as sexual harassmentdomestic violence, human trafficking for sexual exploitation, and other violent acts that target women because of their gender.

The fight against feminicide is a global concern, and many countries have implemented laws and policies to effectively prevent and punish these crimes. Femicide is an important issue in the fight for women’s rights and gender equalityand seeks to raise awareness about the seriousness of this problem and take measures to prevent and eradicate it.



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