oaxaca de juarez.—This Thursday, a judge handed down separate sentences for the activist’s enforced disappearance claudia uruchurtu crosswhich was last seen in March 2021 and for which the former Morenista de Nochixtlan was convicted, Lizbeth Victoria Huerta, However, in the ex-municipal case, the offense was reclassified and, while facing up to 60 years in prison, he will now serve a maximum of four.
Claudia Uruchurtu is a civil activist who, inspired by the fight against corruption announced by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, documented and denounced a series of abuses of resources and abuse of authority by the current exiles.
Despite going to separate instances of the three levels of government, none of the officials listened to Claudia, who, it is now known, had disappeared on the orders of the Morenista municipality. Since then the family has not been able to find him.
Judge sentenced for this crime on Thursday afternoon Juan Antonio Hernandez Martinez sentenced to 60 years in prisonIn his capacity as content writer, escorting the mayor. in their capacity as participants in the crime, Nelsony Yanet Vasquez Jimenez and Rolando Aquino Barrita were sentenced to 40 years in prison.,
However, the judge decided to re-categorize the crime for which former Moreno member Lizbeth Victoria Huerta was convicted and instead of considering her participating in the enforced disappearance, assigned the former municipal officer to search for Claudia. was sentenced for the offense of obstructing, which is punishable by a fine of two to four years in prison,
“It is clear that both Judge Ms. Teresa Quevedo Sánchez and the President of the Superior Court of Justice of the State of Oaxaca, Eduardo Pinacho Sánchez, have succumbed to other interests and once again perverted the meaning of justice and truth .. We will continue to fight through the legal resources we are entitled to, said the Uruchartu Cruz family after hearing the sentence.
In the morning, Under Secretary for Security and Civil Defense, Ricardo Mejia Bardeja During the morning conference chaired by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, demonstrated the intention of the judge In charge of the case of the enforced disappearance of activist Claudia Uruchurtu.
The officer explained that he was trying to change the crime of forced disappearance of people to felony in order to reduce the sentence of the former Morenista accedil.
Before sentencing, Claudia’s family had already denounced judge’s intentions, who postponed the hearing twice. Prior to today’s hearing, the judge pleaded guilty to deportation of Nochixtlan and three others belonging to the municipality of that municipality.
Furthermore, the family had previously expressed their fear that there would be political interference in the matter, given that Lizbeth Victoria Huerta is close to the current governor of Oaxaca, Salomon Jara Cruz (Morena), whom he personally denied. It was alleged that Claudia was a victim. Forced disappearance.