Employees of the Cuauhtémoc mayor’s office closed the bar (Twitter/@AlcCuauhtemocMx)
Two months after the murder of a diner at the hands of employees of the La Polar bar, the Mexico City Attorney General’s Office (FGJCDMX) withdrew the security and custody placed on the infamous restaurant-bar and it has been returned to its owners.
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The Prosecutor’s Office would have ordered the Directorate of the Angel Sector of the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC) of the Preventive Police of Mexico City to withdraw “custody regarding the property located on Guillermo Prieto street, number 129, San Ángel neighborhood, (. ..) the foregoing by virtue of the fact that it was returned to its owner through the legal representative named Salvador Martínez Duarte”.
This was reported by the journalist Carlos Jiménez through his social networks, where he shared the photos of the document placed in the access. Also, you can see the broken closure seals. It should be noted that he was in this way since January 8 due to the investigations into the murder of Antonio Monroy.
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It is still unknown if the establishment will return to operations, but the mayoress of Cuauhtémoc, Sandra Cuevas Nieves, promised on January 10 that it not resume operations after the events that she described as atrocious.
They returned La Polar to its owner (@c4jimenez)
The events would have occurred after Monroy complained of mistreatment and high prices, although videos showed that Monroy, after defending his companion in a lawsuit with a security element of the restaurant named Sergio Gama, was beaten. Later, when he was unconscious, he was abandoned on the street.
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In the transfer of the body, Gama, Gustavo “G”, a policeman from the Auxiliary Security Corps of the State of Mexico (CUSAEM), and Josué “V”, designated as second in command of security, were involved; according to images that were released in the days after the murder.
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