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Marines condemned for shooting a man to death in Cabo San Lucas, BCS; CNDH points to irregularities

elements of Marine Secretary According to a recommendation issued by the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH), he is charged with the July 2017 murder of a man in the city of Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur.

According to the agency’s investigation, on June 12, 2017, the victim was accompanied by another person in a vehicle when they encountered an element along with a city police patrol and a state police unit along with marines who were patrolling. Were were

The victim and her accomplice fled, after which they were chased. The sailors assured that they stopped them with verbal signals and lights, but there was no response.

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CNDH He explained that the sailors’ reasoning for detaining the victims was that “they acted suspiciously and fled.”

The elements also assured that the victim and his accomplice opened fire, so they dismissed the alleged aggression.

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However, the commission stated that there was no evidence that the victims attacked the sailors, as the investigation files “contain no element to substantiate this, such as sodium rhorizonate testWhich both the State Attorney General’s Office and the then PGR failed to exercise.

The passenger managed to escape and was injured in the passenger seat itself, he was later shifted to Subzone No. 26 General Hospital, where he died.

The survivor was found injured near the spot and was taken to a private hospital, where she was given medical attention.

In Recommendation 157/2022, the CNDH noted that there was sufficient evidence to indicate that the case “had a violation of the human right to access to justice in its modus operandi of obtaining justice”. Baja California Sur Attorney’s Office, as well as the then PGRBecause of the lack of “objective or sufficient” steps in the investigation.

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“The immediate confiscation of firearms carried by sailors on the day of the incidents was not ordered; the exact position of the safe shells was omitted to describe; no sodium rhodizonate tests were conducted on any of those involved in the incidents.” , nor were the clothes worn by the deceased victim confiscated among other lapses,” he insisted.

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