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Segob demands to clarify murder of activist

MEXICO CITY.

LThe Secretary of the Interior, Olga Sánchez Cordero, demanded the prompt clarification of the murder of activist Aranza Ramos, who was looking for her husband, who had disappeared, since last December.

Through her Twitter account, the head of Segob explained: “I have issued instructions to follow up on the case of Aranza Ramos Gurrola, at the federal and local level, to guarantee that her murder is clarified and does not go unpunished. At @SEGOB_mx our priority is to support the search for missing persons. It is our commitment ”.

In yesterday’s edition, this newspaper reported that Gladys Aranza Ramos Gurrola, a member of the Madres y Guerreras Buscadoras de Sonora collective, was looking for her husband, who had been missing since December.

However, last Thursday night, the activist was shot to death in the rural community Ejido Ortiz, in Guaymas, Sonora.

The Public Ministry of the common jurisdiction opened an investigation folder, where the main line is related to his social activism as a member of said group.

Aranza joined the group in December 2020 as a result of the disappearance of her husband, Brayan Omar; In the midst of her pain, the young 28-year-old mother was always brave, active, enthusiastic and supportive, working tirelessly in search efforts and actions, with the firm hope that she, or other people or families could return. to coincide with their loved ones ”, dictates a bulletin issued by the Ministerial Criminal Investigation Agency.

According to the incident, armed men arrived at Aranza’s home and shot them.

Personnel of Expert Services of the Sonora FGJE processed the crime scene and began the investigations, which are carried out by the Ministry agent, with elements of the Ministerial Criminal Investigation Agency (AMIC).

The FGJE Sonora, in coordination with the three levels of government, assume the commitment to redouble their efforts to achieve justice for Gladys Aranza Ramos Gurrola ”, added the prosecution.

For its part, the Sonora Observatory for Security (OSS) demanded justice and the clarification of the murder of Ramos, stating that in the state, on average, four people disappear and 5.7 are murdered every day.

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