By consider that they violated their right to be presumed innocent, Judge José de Jesús N. filed a complaint with the Jalisco State Human Rights Commission (CEDHJ) against deputies Verónica Flores Pérez, from the PRI; and Mara Robles Villaseñor, from Hagamos. Both for statements given during the impeachment process against the judge, accused of the abuse of a minor.
“The alleged abuser of minors, probably responsible for the commission of the crime of corruption of minors that was unlawful here by all legislators, has filed a complaint with the State Human Rights Commission against my colleagues Verónica Flores, Priscila Franco and their server. I personally am honored because it shows that our fight against child sexual abuse has made a dent”, explained the deputy Robles Villaseñor.
held that they did not discredit or affect the good name of the magistratewho was not tried by the state Congress, but only had his jurisdiction removed so that he could face the legal process against him.
With 31 votes in favor, on January 26, the plenary session of the State Congress endorsed withdrawing the jurisdiction and dismiss the magistrate of the Supreme Court of Justice, José de Jesús N., so that he could be investigated for the alleged abuse of a minor.
After his jurisdiction was withdrawn, the magistrate did not appear before the judge handling the case. After not being located, an arrest warrant was issued against him and they were searched three dwellings without finding its location. The issuance of a red card was also requested from the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol), which issued the international notice for its location.
In November of last year, a video circulated on social networks where the magistrate is still seen harassing a minor.