There was blood in the apartment where Monserrat Juárez was found dead; FGJ

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When carrying out a search of the apartment where she was found dead Monserrat Juarez Gomezauthorities located blood that could belong to the 25-year-old victim.

In a message to the media, Ulises Laraspokesperson for the capital's Prosecutor's Office, explained that the procedure was carried out early this Tuesday, that is, four days after the young woman's body was located, on September 22.

He specified that experts They obtained various clues during the investigation carried out in the property located in the Anáhuac I neighborhood, Miguel Hidalgo mayor's office, including a luminol test that tested positive for blood, "same as already analyzed".

The spokesperson said that today, relatives of Monserrat They went to the Prosecutor's Office, attached to the General Coordination of Investigation of Gender Crimes and Attention to Victims, for an investigation. recognition.

"It is necessary to point out that after this, the heads of said Coordination, of the Femicide Prosecutor's Offices, of Public Servants, as well as public ministries of the Internal Affairs Unit, the Legal Department and CEAVI staff met with the young woman's parents to detail the course of the research", he pointed.

As part of the advances in inquiriesLara revealed that they already have arrest warrants against Alexander "N" and Caesar "N"the victim's boyfriend and her father-in-law, respectively.

He official indicated that in the next few hours they will give compliance to the judicial mandates that a Control judge granted them for the crime of feminicide.

"In regards to the investigation internal investigation that we initiated, we have carried out various procedures to determine responsibilities. If any public servant, from this or any institution, incurred any irregularity, he will be punished, let there be no doubt," he assured.


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