Jorge Winckler Ortiz, who persecuted Javier Duarte and is now behind bars, was described, by some who knew him, as frivolous and angry against enemies, but in solidarity with those close to him; It was common for the former official to constantly mock political opponents and even mock those figures from the PRI fallen from grace along with Javier Duarte de Ochoa.
And it is that Winckler’s detractors do not forget the scene in which he knelt in front of the then elected governor, Miguel Ángel Yunes Linares (PAN-PRI-PRD), and took a photo with his cell phone. The act was described as a total submission.
Enemy number 1 of Javier Duarte
However, in his career he went from being the lawyer for the family of Yunes Linares, who was the leader of a powerful group within the PAN, to the attorney general of the State of Veracruz, where he began a frantic hunt against former officials of the defenestrated and public enemy number 1: Javier Duarte de Ochoa.
It should be noted that the lawyer, who had fallen into disgrace, was the one who promoted the complaint that led to the prison of the former PRI governor and He sent a dozen former officials to the prison, although all of them were released from prison for alleged errors in the integration of the investigations.
His confrontations with groups of relatives of the disappeared and his disdain for crime victims were made public, as well as lawsuits with business and social groups, which caused the contempt of important sectors of Veracruz to be earned.
During his time in the Prosecutor’s Office, he imprisoned the former Secretary of Finance and State Planning, Antonio “N”, accused of the alleged crimes abuse of authority and breach of legal duty.
In addition, to the former Secretary of Public Security, Arturo N, who was imprisoned accused of the crimes of abuse of authority and influence peddling; as well as the former coordinator of Social Communication, Gina N for the alleged crimes of abuse of power, breach of a legal duty and coalition against public service.
The former Secretary of Finance and Planning, Mauricio N, also faced trial in prison for the alleged crimes of coalition of public servants; the same as the former Director of the State Regime for Social Protection in Health, Leonel N, accused of an alleged diversion of public resources of the order of two thousand 300 million pesos.
The list of account adjustments included the former director of the Veracruz State Water Commission (CAEV), Francisco N; and the former Secretary of Health, Juan Antonio “N”, the latter who proved his innocence.
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