Thanks to his cunning and slim body, eight-year-old Emmanuel Rosales he circumvented the security of the state and federal government and was able to reach President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and deliver a letter to demand justice in the case of his father Saúl Rosales Meléndez, president of the community of San Pedro Tlalcuapan, Chiautempan, Tlaxcala, who is being held accused of lynching last April.
Doubting for a few moments to be able to reach López Obrador, the minor armed himself with courage and got between metal fences installed in the General Hospital of Huamantlaand without being arrested, he was able to reach the bandstand to deliver the letter.
“Get my dad out of jail because he’s innocent,” It was what the minor asked López Obrador quickly and a little nervously.
After listening to their requests, President López Obrador gave the boy a kiss on the forehead.
“What did the President answer you?” The minor was asked who, after his feat, went with his family, who had small signs demanding justice for Saúl Rosales.
“He told me he was going out”answered the child in tears, but embraced by his grandmother María de los Ángeles Meléndez.
Relatives of Saúl Rosales Meléndez They trust that with this letter delivered to President López Obrador they will be heard and the case will be reviewed.
THE ARREST OF SAÚL ROSALES
On July 14, the Tlaxcala State Attorney General’s Office (PGJE) arrested Saúl Rosales Meléndez, president of the community of San Pedro Tlalcuapan, municipality of Chiautempan, for his probable co-responsibility in the consummated lynching of a man, which occurred in last April, during Good Friday of Holy Week.
The arrest of Rosales Meléndez was carried out by elements of the Investigative Police just as he was leaving a Cabildo session at the Chiautempan City Hall.
On April 15, after celebrating Good Friday and the staging of Jesus’ Stations of the Cross, the inhabitants of the community of San Pedro Tlalcuapan, municipality of Chiautempan, became the protagonists of a lynching in which a man was beaten and burned to death. alive after being accused of having tried to rob a house.
Get the latest news in your email
Everything you need to know to start your day
Registering implies accepting the Terms and Conditions