Semar delivers 30 sailors to the FGR for forced disappearance

The Secretary of the Navy (Semar) made available to the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) 30 naval elements against whom there were arrest warrants for enforced disappearance occurred in 2014 in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas.

Through a statement, Semar indicated that the delivery of the items occurred on April 9.

“The aforementioned arrest warrants correspond to the events that occurred in said state, where naval personnel who were carrying out surveillance and deterrence tasks, related to the alleged crime of forced disappearance of persons,” said the agency.

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“The Navy collaborates so that the authorities in charge of administering and procuring justice in Mexico, who carry out the necessary investigations, are also attentive to the resolution that is issued, always respectful of human rights.”

Semar did not specify the place to which the naval officers were transferred to be presented to the authority that requires them.

Due to the disappearances that occurred in 2014 in Nuevo Laredo, the victims’ next of kin presented various appeals to have access to the investigations initiated by the FGR and despite the existence of court orders to make the progress of the cases public, according to the page electronic agency, the latest reports date from November 2019.

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