The mother of “El Mochomo”, key in the Ayotzinapa case, promotes an amparo to avoid arrest

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Francelia Salgado, mother of José, identified by authorities as “El Mochomo”, promoted a protection against any arrest warrant arguing fear of suffering physical aggression.


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The legal recourse has not been admitted because Judge Patricia Marcela Diez asked the woman to specify the acts that she claims and to which authorities she attributes it.

The woman stated that she requested the amparo “especially the fear that I have that the possibility of detention against me is accompanied by attacks on my physical integrity, violating to my detriment the guarantees enshrined in articles 16 and 22 of our supreme law” , as quoted by the newspaper Millennium.

The mother of “Mochomo” claimed that an arrest warrant could have been granted to the Attorney General’s Office (FGR).

The mother of “El Mochomo”, the alleged leader of the Guerreros Unidos group, was previously singled out for taking a bribe that would benefit her son.

The woman, whose son has been tied up by the FGR for his alleged relationship with the disappearance of 43 normalistas from Ayotzinapa, would have agreed to release her son through the millionaire bribes detected by Mexican authorities.

Video: ‘El Mochomo’ mother protects against arrest warrant (Dailymotion)

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An audio broadcast by national media in July shows how he spoke with the family lawyer about handing over something in exchange for the freedom of his son.

On September 24, a Federal Judge linked José and his lawyer to proceedings for the crime of organized crime.

According to the FGR, José is accused of being involved in the disappearance of the 43 normalistas from Ayotzinapa, and their lawyer Arturo Rodríguez García for the crime of organized crime, with the aim of committing crimes against health.

Likewise, the Control Judge of the Federal Criminal Justice Center of Almoloya de Juárez, State of Mexico, imposed an informal preventive detention on them and set them four months for the complementary investigation, for which they will remain in the Federal Center for Social Readaptation.

Casarrubias was arrested on June 24, the FGR described him as someone key in the disappearance of the 43 normalistas from Ayotzinapa, however, on July 1 he was released and minutes later he was arrested again for crimes other than the case of the students.


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