Cancún.- Dozens of journalists demonstrated in Cancun to demand a thorough investigation, without prejudice or stigma, and the punishment of those responsible for the murder of Javier Rodríguez Valladares, a cameraman killed last Wednesday. The contingent, formed by reporters, photojournalists, correspondents and cameramen of printed, electronic and digital media, of Cancun and Playa del Carmen, brought together activists and civilians in general, who demanded that the authorities commit the crime against Javi or the Commander Winnie. , as his friends and colleagues called Rodríguez Valladares.
The block arrived at the parquet, almost silent and walked to Caleta Street in Supermanzana 29, where Rodríguez Valladares was murdered with another person. There were flowers, candles, a camera, the photo of Javier and a bear with the figure of Winnie Pooh, a nickname with which friends and co-workers joked the 32-year-old.
In the afternoon, the head of the Attorney General of Quintama Roo, Miguel Angel Pech, offered a press conference where he said that the alleged murderer of the cameraman and another man had been arrested.
He explained that it had been identified through the analysis of criminal information and the collection of test data. Alfredo N. was admitted to the prison in Cancun, after medical certification, and then made available to the judge who needs it, where the statement will be made.
Asked what the motive was, what evidence proves the probable responsibility of the suspect and how the facts occurred, Pech Cen replied that he could not provide this information, protected by law.