The Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) stated that the death of Ariana Fernanda, which occurred on the morning of October 31, 2022 in an apartment in Colonia Roma in Mexico City, was caused by a head injuryand alleged that the version of the Morelos prosecutor’s office was that it was alcohol poisoning. no livelihood,
Resolve to follow this Monday, January 16 Mexico City agrees with the expert opinion of the prosecutor’s officeThe line of investigation was that the cause of death of Ariadna Fernanda, which was classified as femicide, was head trauma, thoracic trauma and multiple trauma.
In addition, he said that the officials of the capital of the country He followed expert procedureand that the criminal process should be left in the hands of the said Prosecutor’s Office, since the assault took place within its jurisdiction.
“For the expert opinion of the Morelos Prosecutor’s Office, which establishes ‘bronchial aspiration secondary to alcohol intoxication’ as the cause of death,” It is not possible to maintain due to external and internal injuries as already mentionedAnd the fact that the chronology of the moment of death was not taken into account, in all its magnitude, ”explained FGR.
It states that Ariana Fernanda’s death was caused by hit your head with a blunt object or by contact with a hard plane of the cranial surface.
Versions of CDMX and Morelos prosecutors ‘collided’ in November
On November 11, prosecutors defended their hypothesis of Ariana Fernanda’s femicide, and Morelos officials said that although she had been beaten, Girl died due to excessive consumption of alcohol which led to bronchial aspiration.
Yasmin Herrera, a lawyer for the Morelos prosecutor’s office, said in November that the injuries were located They are not related at the bone level nor have they caused damage to organs such as the brain, heart, liver or lungs; Neither bleeding or other types of fluid were found.
On the same day, the Mexico City Prosecutor’s Office replied Her line of inquiry was a feminism because of the thrashingAnd two months later, FGR agreed with this version.
Routel ‘Ann’ and Vanessa ‘Ann’, the main suspects in the femicide of Ariana Fernanda, were added to the process in mid-November.