The government of New Lion decreed this Wednesdayurgent and extraordinary actions” to search for missing women Y attention to femicides because in the last month there have been reports 15 missing womenOne of them was found dead.
Through a document issued last April 11the formation of “a special group” to deal with these crimes.
He decreed, signed by the governor Samuel Garciaadded that the current Search Group of the Prosecutor’s Office to 200 troops who will carry out this task.
The creation of a task forcemade up of various security institutions, to coordinate with the various police, municipal, state and federal, as well as with the specialized team of the Prosecutor’s Office and the State Search Commission.
A space will also be allocated in the Command and Control Centerheadquarters of all video surveillance cameras in the city, for the Task Force to carry out search operations.
The newly created Task Force began its operations with the search for Debanhi Susana Escobaran 18-year-old girl who disappeared on April 9 on a section of the Monterrey-Nuevo Laredo highway after attending a party with two friends.
In social networks, a shared photograph of the young woman walking alone on the roadin an area of the municipality of Escobedo, which is part of the metropolitan area of Monterrey.
Days before, the Prosecutor’s Office confirmed that another missing young woman, Maria Fernanda Contreras Ruizwas located dead on April 7 in a house in the municipality of Apodaca, also a conurbation of the capital of Nuevo León.
In protest against the disappearance of María Fernanda, feminist groups set fire to a door of the Government Palace of Nuevo León.
Last Sunday, the Prosecutor’s Office reported that it detained in the neighboring state of Coahuila Raul Alfredo “N”alleged murderer of María Fernanda, who lived with the victim the day of her disappearance, on April 3.
Regarding the rest of the disappeared women, the Nuevo León Prosecutor’s Office reported that 10 have already been locatedmost of them young minors.
According to the Secretary of State Security, Aldo Fasci, they had escaped from their home due to family problems.
Facsi rejected the version circulating on social networks that there is in Nuevo León “a gang that is dedicated to kidnapping women” and added that men also disappear in the state.
The Security Secretary’s statements were criticized by feminist groups, who called for the Security Secretary to resign.
According to the National Registry of Missing and Unlocated Persons (RNPDNO), Mexico accumulates 98,945 missing and unlocated persons since 1964 —when the records began— to date.
Of these, more than 73 thousand 800 are men and almost 25 thousand are women.