Miranda Mendoza Flores, 18 year-old student of the College of Sciences and Humanities (CCH) Campus East of the UNAM, was killed.
The Association, in a statement, expressed its «most energetic protest for this Act of violence» this Sunday, September 2, and demanded the authorities clarify the crime and punish those responsible.
According to the newspaper Reforma, the young woman was last seen on 20 August, when he left the school in Iztapalapa, city of Mexico. That day it did not reach his house.
Relatives, in the Los Reyes La Paz municipality, received a call, which demanded a payment of 5 million pesos, to release it, but not materialized economic negotiations, according to the report by reform.
The next day, Federal Police found a woman’s naked and calcined body, in side rails with direction to Chalco, at the height of the municipality of Cocotitlán, State of Mexico.
Further genetic studies confirmed that the body was of Miranda. This was made known last Saturday.
In his message, CCH Oriente agreed to mention that there was a case of kidnapping. The Prosecutor’s Office state of Mexico, at the way in which was found the body, started an investigation under the Protocol of femicide.
From January to July this year, according to official figures, were recorded 469 research portfolios for the crime of femicide in the country. In 2017 were 701, and in 2016 a total of 585.
469 cases from January to July of 2018, 51 were in the State of Mexico.
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