Ariadna died of multiple trauma: CDMX Prosecutor’s Office

Ariadna Fernanda López died of multiple trauma, as her body had various injuries, said Mexico City prosecutor Ernestina Godoy.
“The new autopsy established that the body of the young woman had various injuries from blows, so it was determined that the reason for death was a multiple trauma that is classified as fatal,” Godoy said at a press conference.
The new information contradicts what was said by the Morelos Prosecutor’s Office, who affirmed that the young woman had no signs of violence and died of “alcoholic intoxication.”

According to authorities, at least two people are involved in the femicide of Ariadna, a man, identified as Rautel ‘N’; and another woman identified as Vanesa ‘N’, who was arrested in Ecatepec.
According to the investigations, the video surveillance cameras of an apartment located in the Roma Sur neighborhood, in the Cuauhtémoc mayor’s office, show a man who leaves the place carrying a woman who is unconscious, then goes to the parking lot and loads the person into a van.

The man was identified as Rautel, and is the same man who attended Ariadne’s wake.
In addition to the images of the surveillance cameras, in the apartment they found the presence of blood on the floor of the room, on a cushion and in the bedroom.
Ariadne’s femicide
The young Ariadna Fernanda López was found dead on the afternoon of Wednesday, November 2, on the side of the La Pera-Cuautla highway, in Tepoztlán, Morelos. She was last heard from on October 30.
Ariadna’s body was found by a cyclist who was traveling through the area and who reported the finding to the emergency services and shared on his social networks images of the tattoos of the young woman so that her relatives could identify her.
Once her relatives identified that she was Ariadne, her acquaintances began to demand justice for her femicide with the hashtags #JusticiaParaAri and #JusticiaParaAriadnaLópez.
So far, only Vanesa is detained for Ariadna’s femicide, whom the authorities accuse of being the material co-author in the case.
The first investigations indicate that the detainee was present when Ariadna lost her life.
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