UNAM reported that René “N”, a young man who threatened to detonate a bomb inside the Faculty of Higher Studies (FES) Aragon, was expelled from this educational center and referred to the University Court.
Through a statement, the university noted that this determination is independent of the legal procedure being conducted in citizen security instances.
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On Wednesday afternoon, FES Aragon was evicted by a bomb threat against a feminist collective.
The author of the threat, René “N”, was made available to the citizen security authorities.
Bomb specialists from the National Coordination of Civil Protection, elements of the National Guard, the state government and the municipality of Nezahualcóyotl, as well as the various areas of the Secretariat of Prevention, Care and University Security carried out a review on the campus and ruled out the existence of explosives.
According to the feminist collective Violetas FES Aragón, René “N” arrived at his cubicle located in the building of the Sociology career and tried to give them a plant.
“We rejected it, however, this pseudostudent stayed out of the cubicle for a long time until he left, at approximately 3:30 p.m., leaving the plant outside,” the collective recounted.
After that, the authorities began the eviction.
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