CDMX.- A federal judge ordered the release of Monica Esparza, who was a victim of abuse and had been unjustly imprisoned for more than 7 years, reported by the Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez Center for Human Rights.Yuri Allí Ronquillo Vélez, First District Judge in the Laguna, on Thursday he handed down an acquittion sentence for Monica Esparza and ordered her immediate release from the Women’s Center for Social Rehabilitation of Coatlán del Río, Morelos, where she has been held since 2013, falsely accused of kidnapping and carrying weapons for exclusive use Army.
Un agencies and organizations such as Amnesty International, as well as the Prodh Centre, had been spoken of in the case of Monica Esparza, which legally represented it.
On 12 February 2013, Esparza, his partner and his brother were travelling in a car in Torreón, Coahuila, when they were arrested by municipal police officers. The agents told her it was just a routine review, so she decided to accompany them to the Directorate of Public Safety, where the three were eventually abused. On the transfer to the then PGR delegation his partner died from the abuse he suffered, but it is not known what happened to his body. Without telling him charges, Esparza and her brother were transferred to Mexico City, where she signed what she would later know was a confession of crime, and was presented to the media as part of a gang of kidnappers.
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