Journalist Lydia Cacho accused the holder of the Attorney General’s Office (FGR), Alejandro Gertz Manero, of breaking the stealth over the investigation into her case, and thereby «helping my torturer and girl trafficker escape his hiding place.»
On her Twitter account, Lydia Cacho said that since a year ago there has been an arrest warrant against businessman Kamel Nacif.
«The location @FGRMexico @FGRMexico confirmed by Gertz Manero #KamelNacif a year ago. He hasn’t been arrested,» he wrote.
Lie Gertz Manero #KamelNacif was located by me and @FGRMexico confirmed location a year ago. He hasn’t been arrested. I accuse the Attorney General of breaking the stealth of my case and thereby helping my torturer and trafficker of girls escape from hiding. #losdemoniosdeledén pic.twitter.com/yyCDjOOxxn
— Lydia Cacho (@lydiacachosi) July 11, 2020
According to the newspaper Reforma, the FGR asked the government of Lebanon to extradited businessman Kamel Nacif Borge, fugitive from Mexican justice for the crime of torture against journalist Lydia Cacho in 2005.
According to the publication Nacif Borge is not yet stopped, but the Mexican government has already begun management to achieve its capture for extradition purposes.
Read: Businessman Kamel Nacif is located in Lebanon; FGR calls for extradition
The journalist reiterated that for more than a year there has been an arrest warrant against Mario Marín, Nacif and Karam Beltran; All three, he said, are located and fugitives.
Lydia Cacho was arrested on December 16, 2005, in Cancun, Quintana Roo, by elements of the Judicial Police of Puebla, accused of the crimes of defamation and slander after publishing the book «Los Demonios del Eden».
In her land transfer, from Cancun to Puebla, Cacho was tortured by the policemen who arrested her.
On August 2, 2018, the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Committee (HRC) ruled that there were a number of human rights violations by journalist Lydia Cacho and has not been brought to justice in Mexico, when she was arrested after she published a book on a child prostitution network, involving such as businessman Kamel Nacif and former Puebla governor Mario Marín.
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