Friday, March 31, 2023

Judge Determines Diego Urich Deprived Jessica Gonzalez of Her Life

Cecilia Sierra / Quadratin

MORELIA, Mich., January 27, 2023.- Two years and four months after his death, 24 days of oral trial, deferred hearings, and alleged threats between the procedural parties: Diego Urich M., Ariel Montoya Romero said, It was he who deprived Jessica González Villaseñor of her life.”

At the final hearing of the oral trial, Judge Ariel Montoya Romero announced that the State Attorney General’s Office (FGE), without violation of rights, would provide the burden of proof against Diego Urich M.

Diego Urich M. went to Jessica in his car, took her to his home in the Bosque Monarca subdivision, they were living together and then he took her to a wooded property called Selva Negra; At that place they had a sexual relationship, however, at one point the situation got out of control and ended up killing the young woman.

Faced with aggression, Jessica began to defend herself, she scratched him, but because of her condition she could not do anything, little by little her life was extinguished. He lost his senses after one attack, but he was still alive. He resisted for several minutes, until he suffered a blow that killed him.

The brutality with which the crime was committed was not enough. He denied her the right to return home; Exposed his half naked body in an open place.

For several hours, he kept her body wrapped in a blue sheet in the trunk of a vehicle; He showed it to his friends, asked them for help in getting out of the conflict, and also expressed indifference to the victim; At least that’s what the eyewitnesses said.

Diego Y.: “Why didn’t you take it out on the dog?” his friend asked. “No, poor little dog,” replied Diego Urich M.

At the same time, Jessica’s family was looking for her, but Diego Urich continued to refuse to see her, at one point he dumped the body, informed his relatives, and even fled the city. Possibly scared of abuses part of the Prosecutor’s Office of the State General.

That disappearance marked a before and an after in the history of feminism in Michoacán. No one today can say they don’t know who Jessica Gonzalez Villaseñor was. His name and his face covered every social network in 2020. His story still lives on.

Jessica González Villaseñor also united feminist groups, artists, politicians, other indirect victims, and social activists; Jessica became the face of the feminist movement and proof of what unity can do.

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