Gloria Ramos was linked to the process for her alleged responsibility in the death of 40 migrants (REUTERS / Jose Luis Gonzalez)
One of the agents of the National Institute of Migration (INM) —who was arrested for her alleged responsibility in the tragedy that left 40 migrants dead in Ciudad Juárez— obtained a definitive suspension against the arrest warrant against her.
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This is Gloria Liliana Ramos García, who claimed to have been illegally deprived of her liberty, in addition to being a victim of possible torture and incommunicado detention.
As a result, a district judge granted him a definitive suspension against the arrest warrant issued against him after the fire that occurred in a temporary INM shelter. However, the judge specified that the precautionary measure does not translate into the immediate release of the victim.
They revealed images of how the incident that left a balance of 40 dead would have started
It was on March 27 that migrants locked in a cell at a shelter in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, set fire to mats in protest of their detention and possible extradition. However, when the flames spread, the local authorities did not open the bars; consequently, 40 people died.
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As a result, days later —on April 4— Ernesto Cornejo Ángeles, control judge in Ciudad Juárez, decided to link three immigration agents to the process: Gloria Ramos, Rodolfo Collazo de la Torre and Daniel Goray Yosika, in addition to an employee from the private security company in charge of the place.
Likewise, Jaison Daniel Catarí Rivas, a Venezuelan citizen —and identified as the material author of the fire— was linked, accused of various crimes, such as homicide.
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