They monitor progress in the investigation of the massacre in San José de Gracia

Writing / The Voice of Michoacán

Marcos Castellanos, Michoacan. Federal and state authorities, headed by the state governor, Alfredo Ramírez Bedolla, and the undersecretary of Public Security of the Government of Mexico, Ricardo Mejía Berdeja, accompanied by the Attorney General, Adrián López Solís, made a working visit to supervise the progress of the investigation related to the events that occurred on February 27 in San José de Gracia.

On the instructions of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and the Secretary of Security and Citizen Protection, Rosa Icela Rodríguez, they attended to guarantee that the actions carried out are in accordance with the protocols established by law as part of the Zero Impunity Plan.

During this day, in which the state and federal governments expressed their interest in clarifying the facts and that they do not go unpunished, Ramírez Bedolla instructed the state Secretary of Public Security, José Alfredo Ortega Reyes -who was present- to strengthen the security strategy that I helped restore peace and tranquility to the inhabitants of the municipality and the region.

For his part, Mejía Berdeja reiterated the willingness of the federal executive to maintain and, if necessary, strengthen the collaboration that has been provided in the investigation.

At the time, and after exposing the progress of the investigation, López Solís thanked the support of the special team assigned by the federal government, since the collaboration of the Ministry of Public Security and Citizen Protection, and the National Anti-Kidnapping Coordination (Conase), It has been decisive in strengthening the investigation, under the premise of safeguarding access to justice and that those responsible receive punishment.

At the work meeting, it was reported that as a result of the inter-institutional security operation, a building was seized in the community of La Estancia that was presumably used for the manufacture and storage of explosives, as well as homemade artifacts -known as potatoes- and several cylinders with stabilizer for drone launch.

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Finally, the public servants agreed to keep communication open for the exchange of information paid in the tasks that are carried out and to follow up on the investigation.

Elements of the Investigative Police, the Criminal Intelligence Agency (AIC), the General Coordination of Expert Services and the Jiquilpan Regional Prosecutor’s Office of the FGE, as well as the National Guard (GN) and the Secretary of Public Security of the state of Michoacán ( SSP).

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