They demand justice in Ecuador for the victim of femicide | News
Organizations defending human rights and against gender violence will demand justice from Monday in front of the Ecuadorian State Attorney General's Office for the murder of María Belén Bernal at the hands of her husband, former police officer Germán Cáceres.
The alleged femicide of María Belén Bernal arrives in Ecuador
Cáceres, the main suspect, will appear on Monday at the Prosecutor's Office for a psychological and family environment evaluation after being arrested on December 30 in Colombia, where he remained a fugitive from Ecuadorian justice for three months.
Relatives of the victim and women's rights organizations called to gather outside the judicial institution to supervise the process and demand justice for the 34-year-old lawyer, local media reported.
The former lieutenant of the Ecuadorian Police is serving preventive detention in the La Roca maximum security prison, located in the coastal city of Guayaquil and will be transferred to Quito to appear before justice.
María Belén Bernal disappeared on Sunday, September 11, after visiting her husband, then Lieutenant Cáceres, at the Higher Police School and her body was found days later with signs of violence.
Maybe #Cáceres would not have killed #MaríaBelenBernal being sober What we do know for sure is that when he was sober, he hid a corpse, threw it into the mountains so that it would not be found, and instead of turning himself in to justice, he escaped to Colombia.
Let's see how they justify that.
— Lolo Miño⚖️ (@LoloMino)
January 8, 2023
Bernal's case brought to light questions about Ecuadorian social policy, the training of uniformed officers and the situation of gender violence in the Andean country, where in 2022 there were more than 270 femicides until November alone, according to statistics from social organizations. .
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