The Attorney General’s Office of Mexico City arrested two people allegedly involved in the murder of lawyer Pablo González Kúsulas, who was found dead in a coloniación Napoli esthecary on June 22.
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According to the Assistant Prosecutor of Pre-Inquiries of the Attorney General, Rodrigo de la Riva Robles, one of the defendants is a taxi driver who operated in the area of Polanco, who allegedly offered drinks adulterated with eye drops to assault them.
The alleged perpetrator had been operating outside nightclubs for a year, according to the Attorney General’s Office, who reported that expert evidence indicates that Pablo González died from ingesting the toxic substance.
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— CDMX Attorney’s Office (@PGJDF_CDMX) July 16, 2019
The arrest took place on July 15, while the second occurred a day later when authorities identified a person using the credit card of the victim, a young man recently graduated from Berkley University.
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The announcement of the two stopovers was given by Mexico City Attorney’s Office Ernestina Godoy.
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