Federal government denounces judge Samuel Ventura for the Ayotzinapa case


The federal government denounced before the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) to the judge District of Federal Criminal Proceedings, based in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Samuel Ventura Ramos who wears the Ayotzinapa case and that has released 120 defendants.

In a statement, it was reported that the legal areas of the Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Security and Citizen Protection (SSPC) filed the complaint for the probable commission of crimes against the administration of justice and what results.

A few days ago, the federal administration recalled, the judge ruled acquittal sentence for 24 people who participated in the attempted murder of a student in IgualaGuerrero, who since the day of the events, September 26, 2014, has been in a vegetative state.

“Despite this, the defendants were not released because they were prosecuted for the crimes of organized crime and forced disappearance of persons,” the text reads.

He noted that on September 14, the Judge Samuel Ventura also issued an acquittal to José Luis Abarca, former municipal president of Igualafor kidnapping, although he continues to serve prison for other crimes.

“In total, they add up to more than 120 acquittal freedoms issued by this judge in favor of the accused.”

This Thursday, the Undersecretary of Security of the Secretariat of Security and Citizen Protection, Ricardo Mejia Berdejaannounced that the federal government would denounce Samuel Ventura Ramos.

“Due to this situation, a complaint will be filed with the Judiciary Council, and even a criminal complaint. This judge argues procedural issues, procedural issues, due process issues that, in our In my opinion, it has not been a due process, but rather a due pretext for not doing justice to the victims of the events in Ayotzinapa,” said Mejía Berdeja.

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Reference-aristeguinoticias.com

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