Mexico City ,
A control judge freed Roman Ignacio Torres Ramirez, a worker at La Polar restaurant who was accused of participating in the January 7 murder of registered Antonio Monroe at that establishment.
In continuation of the preliminary hearing, the judge determined that there were not sufficient elements to initiate criminal proceedings against the parking valet parking lot chief.
Due to the above, Torres Ramírez left the northern prison this Monday afternoon, where he had been since last Wednesday, when he was pointed out by the Public Ministry as one of those responsible for the murder of Antonio Monroe.
Luis Daron, a lawyer for the defendants, pointed out that during Monday’s hearing, he provided videos that show Torres Ramirez did not participate in the attacks.
“This defense includes appropriate, relevant and sufficient evidence to be able to prove his innocence, and includes information that will help the prosecution reach the historical truth of fact.
“We show all the videos from La Polar, where it is proved that he did not participate and those who did were tracked. There is one person responsible who should be punished, but it is Mr. Roman Wasn’t, and the prosecutor’s office already has the data to be able to arrest the real culprits,” he said.
Interviewed at the end of the hearing, Luis Darán explained that Ignacio Torres was at the establishment on the day of the events, but that he had nothing to do with them.
“He was there, but he was not participating in it. He included the information necessary to be able to prove his innocence. He is fully engaged, and he will cooperate with finding those responsible,” he added. Told.
Last week, a control judge attached to the process two men detained by Mexico City’s investigative police during a search at La Polar restaurant.
The judge decided to initiate criminal proceedings against Braulio Gerardo ‘N’ and Oscar David ‘N’ for their possible involvement in the crime of breaking the seal, for which the justice system applied the appropriate preventive detention measures.
It also set a period of one month for closure of the supplementary probe, so both the men will remain in the North Men’s Preventive Jail.
Mexico City’s Civil Protection Secretariat (SSC) police arrested 45-year-old Roman for his alleged involvement in the attack on a client at the La Polar bar.,
Elements of the SSC conducted security and surveillance rounds in the San Rafael neighborhood when they received a request for support from the Command and Control Center (C2) center regarding an unconscious person on Guillermo Prieto Street in the San Rafael neighborhood.
Roman Ignacio was placed under the control of the relevant public ministry, which would determine his legal status.