4 Young people from SLP disappear in Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco

Guadalajara.- After the disappearance of four young people from San Luis Potosí in Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco, their relatives are fighting to reunite with them and say they were intercepted by organized crime cells. The Potosinos disappeared in Jalisco respond to the names of Calep, Alan, Israel and Jorge, their ages range between 17 and 24 years. The last time their relatives heard from them was on July 26 of this year, when they said goodbye to go to work. At that time, they were outside a self-service store located in the municipality of Lagos de MorenoThe four were hired by Grupo Mysi to carry out masonry, plumbing, electricity and cleaning work in the construction of a hotel in Tonalá, according to the statements of their relatives. After receiving the missing report, local authorities discovered that Calep, Alan, Israel and Jorge were hired irregularly to work at the hotel, received incomplete wages and were kept in overcrowded conditions. After this information was disclosed, the company clarified any employment relationship with them. Read more: Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro criminalizes homicide victims in his third reportWeeks after the events, the relatives of the young people received information from unofficial sources that related the disappearances of the four with an “uprising” of the criminal cell called “La Maña”, based in Jalisco, while buying food at the convenience store located near the highway. Calep disappeared in Jalisco Berenice Moncivais, mother of Calep Adonais Maldonado Moncivais, asks the population for help to find the whereabouts of her 18-year-old son. Mrs. Moncivais says that her son came to work at Grupo Myse on the recommendation of an acquaintance when he was still 17 years old. He says he had been working directly with one of the company’s engineers for 9 months. Calep, along with his three colleagues, went to work for the construction company because they were offered a weekly payment of 2,000 pesos, while the companies of San Luis Potosí pay 900 per week. They were also offered free transportation, food and a house to sleep in. Where is he? Israel disappeared on July 26 Efraín Andrade, father of Israel Andrade Hernández told national media a story similar to that of Calep’s mother. He says that his son, who just turned 20 years old, was invited by an acquaintance to work in the company that offered him a salary of 3,000 pesos a week. Israel was last seen on July 26, when he said goodbye to his family to board a company van that stopped by to pick him up. Alan Michel Matinés Vargas is wanted by his family Veronica Vargas, mother of Alan Michel, told national media that her 20-year-old son had two months working for the construction company as a mason, electrician and in various tasks. Two days before his disappearance, Alan told his mother that he was not satisfied because he was paid half of his salary despite the long and strenuous working hours, according to the woman’s statements. They are looking for Jorge Rodríguez Ortiz. Jorge’s case is similar to that of the other three disappeared. His wife Jessica Martinez testified that he works as an electrician and lost his job because of the pandemic. Therefore, Jorge started working in the construction company and complained about the poor working conditions and the house he shared with 20 other employees. Search The Collective Voice and Dignity for Ours in San Luis Potosí learned of the similarities of the four disappeared and contacted their families to present these cases to President Andrés Manuel López Obrador during the morning conference at the National Palace.Read more: Fernández Noroña: Margarita would not be decent or with classes of Pope FrancisThe objective of the collective was to get the president’s company and get the FGR to assume the investigation of the case for enforced disappearance

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