A federal judge has indicted six suspects involved in the deaths of 51 migrants after they were abandoned in an uncontrolled tractor-trailer in the sweltering Texas heat last June.
The Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) reported that a federal judge granted informal preventive detention to four men and two women “for possible links” with a tractor-trailer located in the vicinity of Quintana Road, San Antonio, Texas, on June 27. Planted” 2022, where dozens of lifeless migrants were found, including women and children.
The Federal Public Ministry stated that “after completing the relevant arrest warrants and taking them before the concerned judge, it received the said relation for proceedings against Melesio B, Hermelindo B, Adrian B, Yoanna N, Sheila B and Jessica P”. provided evidence to support his possible responsibility in the offense of serious human trafficking”.
According to information about what happened, human traffickers drove the vehicle in which the victims were located from Mexican territory into the United States and for this they passed a border patrol post in Laredo, Texas, which gave the first signal to see them. gave. ,
According to information released last June by Police Chief William McManus, US authorities discovered the stranded migrants in the San Antonio area after a municipal worker heard cries for help from a truck parked on a deserted road.