To find a position of the federal government on the death of the magistrate Jesús Ociel Baena Saucedothe subsecretario de Derechos Humanos, Poplación y Migración de la Secretaría de Gobernación, Félix Arturo Medina Padilla I asked the Aguascalientes Tax Office to investigate the case based on all general and intersectional criteria. He also offered assistance in the case.
Medina Padilla supported the death of Ociel Baena, who was also an activist and defender of the human rights of the community LGBTTIQ+during the presidency of President López Obrador on this Tuesday, carried out in the Novena Military Zone, in Culiacán, Sinaloa.
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“Although these regrettable events correspond to the common law, as we know, we have been attentive to the instructions of the president, the security cabinet, with respect to the follow-up of the investigation which is carrying out the taxation of the state corresponding to the hallazgo of the body of the magistrate and of a more person,” I said to the subsecretary.
Ociel Baena was found dead by another person, living at his home in Aguascalientes. The subsecretary insisted not to discard any line of investigation in this case, which he said was “very relevant to the federal government”.
“In this case, make a very strong call so that the protocol of investigation for crimes against the LGBTTIQ+ community is applied with full breadth and in the same way that the criteria of intersectionality and general perspective are applied to the analysis of this case, which Don’t ignore any questions that require careful analysis of the context and other elements that allow you to know the truth and link to justice,” he said.
With information from Iván Evair Saldaña and Paris Alejandro Salazar