Son of driver executed in Narvarte, CDMX speaks (VIDEO)
The son of driver executed in Narvarte, Mexico City (CDMX) declared that his father was a good person and was a victim of the 'lowest thing' after a traffic lawsuit.
He son of Carmelo 'N', man murdered after a road conflict in the Narvarte neighborhood, Benito Juárez mayor's office, He pointed out that in the videos to which they have had access, his father is seen driving while the driver of the truck appears aggressive towards him.
Maybe my dad answered him and this person couldn't stand it and did the lowest thing he could have done. “They took my father away from me,” said the young man as he burst into tears.
This Thursday, November 16, Carmelo was buried by family and friends. In images you can see how the man was farewelled with a mass celebrated by a priest.
The CDMX Prosecutor's Office searches for the murderer of the man who allegedly had no criminal ties but died due to a traffic conflict.
“THEY TOOK MY FATHER TAKEN FROM ME”
He is the son of Carmelo, the man killed by a road conflict in @Narvarte_ @BJAlcaldia
He assures that he was a good person, that he only responded to an attack and that is why they killed him.
Today they buried him.@FiscaliaCDMX look for the murderer.
— Carlos Jiménez (@c4jimenez) November 16, 2023
Reactions to a man executed in Narvarte
According to information that has been leaked on social networks, the man who lived in Narvarte was murdered after a truck was closed that was circulating on Universidad Avenue.
A video released by journalist Carlos Jiménez gave an account of how the incident happened. road conflict and how the man ended up murdered.
Social media users have reacted to the man's murder and the comments read:
- That's why I stopped being a bully in traffic some time ago.
- Given the way things are, you better not even play with him.
- My father always told me, never provoke someone if you are not willing to endure the worst case scenario.
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