Chihuahua authorities reported on the death of activist Susana Chavez, creator of the “Not one more death” against women in Ciudad Juarez, after allegedly resisting rape.
According to local media, the body of the 36-year-old was found last Thursday with a mutilated hand but her family identified her body until Monday.
So far, three people arrested, who, under the influence of alcohol and drugs, killed the victim, apparently trying to abuse it.
The activist, would be the first woman killed in Ciudad Juarez so far this year. And his murder, would be joining a month ago by Marisela Escobedo, who demanded justice for the murder of his daughter.
The Prosecutor of Chihuahua ruled that a crime against Susana Chávez had anything to do with his work as an activist against femicide and violence in Ciudad Juárez.
Said the attackers did not know the victim and that no records had any criminal record.
He stated that the murder is part of an “issue of social breakdown among young people. “
Susana Chavez, 36, was attacked on Jan. 6 by three teenagers, who cut off a hand and covered his head with a plastic bag, to simulate an execution.
The National Commission on Human Rights, began the integration of a portfolio of office by the death of Susana Chavez.
In agreement with the defense of human rights through research, seeks to ensure follow-up inquiries into the death of the promoter of cultural activities, participated in several demonstrations against femicide and violence in the border city .
In a statement the agency noted that Chavez is credited with the phrase “not one more death” that has been used in marches and protests in rejection of the murders.
“The National Commission of Human Rights condemns the killing and demand the authorities with an effective investigation to resolve and bring to justice the person or persons responsible. The NHRC will be attentive to the evolution of events and eventually deliver the resolution as appropriate under the law, “the statement said.
The vast majority of citizens of Mexico, to ask the UN, helping to prevent violence in this country will continue extending to critical levels. The federal, state and municipal authorities have been exceeded in every way.
These crimes of men, women, youth, children, is not the result of fighting between rival gangs engaged in drug trafficking, as federal officials insist, but is genocide ordered by parties unknown, but perfectly prepared for this purpose.
Again, the vast majority of the citizens of this country, we want law and order, we want to live peacefully and safely. We want a country of work and progress. To achieve this, we need authorities involved with the country and its citizens, but we do not have, perhaps, we need to globalize the policy and bring people from other countries to govern Mexico, is likely to do so much better than the Mexican political.