Judicial authorities linked to trial five people allegedly involved in the entry of the body of baby Tadeo to the San Miguel Penitentiary Center, in Puebla.
At the hearing, the persons, two women and three men, were linked to crimes against the general health law and violations of the laws and regulations on burials and exhumations, and criminal association.
They will remain in pretrial detention in the prisons of Tepexi de Rodríguez and Puebla, as well as in the federal center of Chiapas.
The Attorney General’s Office of Puebla indicated that with the evidence it integrated during the investigation, the accusation was formulated.
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He indicated that Nadia Carolina N. allegedly participated in the planning and operation of the entry of the baby’s body as a visitor; Jessica N. and Gerardo N. in their role as custodians, and inmates Antonio N. and Sergio N.
“The acts would have been committed with the intention of creating destabilization in the prison,” the agency said.
The @FiscaliaPuebla obtained the link to the process of 5 people investigated for the introduction of a lifeless minor to the San Miguel Penitentiary Center: Nadia Carolina N. as a visitor, Jessica N. and Gerardo N. in their role as custodians and the inmates Antonio N. and Sergio N. pic.twitter.com/OXW9Pud89Z
— FGE Puebla (@FiscaliaPuebla) February 9, 2022
On January 14, the body of a baby, approximately three months old, was found in the garbage of the San Miguel prison, located in the city of Puebla.
On January 22, he identified himself as Tadeo, the minor who was exhumed, robbed in a pantheon in Iztapalapa, Mexico City and who was located in the prison.
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