Naked and with a plastic bag around her neck, the lifeless body of a woman was found in a hotel room in the San Simón district, Benito Juárez.
Local employees have informed the Police of the Public Security Secretariat (SSP) of Mexico City that yesterday they found the corpse in a room of Hotel Gracia, located in Calzada de Tlalpan, around 05:00. meters from the Portales station of Line 2 of the Metro of the Collective Transport Company (STC).
The police elements have informed the agent of the Public Prosecution Service of the discovery, a unit that started the investigation.
Employees of the General Coordination of Expert Services, specialists in genetics, photography, criminalistics and chemistry, moved to the place to collect evidence and take the body to the ministerial amphitheater.
Police officers conduct interviews with hotel staff and asked for camera images to track down the person or persons who were responsible for this murder.
The headquarters of the Attorney General (PGJ) reported that the femicide protocol was immediately activated.
Other cases of aggression. Last Wednesday, a woman was found dead in a wooded area of the Tierra Colorada district, in the district of Magdalena Contreras, and according to PGJ reports, the victim, who is about 60 years old, remains a stranger. .
On Wednesday, a magistrate specialized in justice for adolescents connected a 15-year-old boy to the trial, accused of the crimes of rape and feminicide, committed on August 16 at the Gustavo A. Madero delegation. in the aggravation of two underage students.
According to the investigation, the child reportedly intercepted the victims when they left school and threatened them with a knife to take them to a place where they were sexually abused, wounded with the gun and fled on a bicycle.
The victims were helped by bystanders and paramedics admitted to a hospital. The teenager was arrested on 23 August in the San Juan de Aragón colony, the Sixth Section, after two people accused him of theft.
The judge ruled that the minor must remain in custody in the treatment community for adolescents; In addition, it set a deadline of 40 days for the conclusion of the supplementary investigation.
Recommendations for human rights about violence against women. Regarding the femicides, the Human Rights Commission submitted 29 complaints in connection with the investigation and made two recommendations; the last was Recommendation 01/2018, referring to the case of Lesvy Berlin.
In these recommendations, the local human rights committee in Recommendations 4/2017 and 1/2018 indicated that changes should be made to the Protocol for Minimudy, Police and Expert Research of Femicide, especially from the perspective of human rights. with a differentiated gender approach and attention for victims and family members with regard to their dignity and needs, to make it more effective in the prosecution and punishment of violence against women.