The lifeless body of a baby, approximately three months old, was found in the garbage of the san miguel prison, in the city of Puebla.
About the fact, Attorney General of the State of Puebla (FGE) reported that it was on Monday when the finding of the male baby was reported, who had surgery at the level of the abdomen.
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Likewise, they reported that an investigation folder was opened on the fact and the case is still open.
However, she was the president of the organization Re-Insert, Saskia Nino de Rivera who denounced the death of the minor through social networks, also pointed out that he was admitted days before during a family visit.
“The baby did not live in the prison, he entered, he came to visit, it is suspected that he died inside the prison, they do not specify if he was murdered, they only report that he had a wound in the abdomen,” he sentenced.
In a press release, Re-Insert denounced that the death of the minor went unnoticed by the prison authorities, they also pointed out that it was an inmate who reported the fact “when he found it in the garbage containers of this prison.”
Re-Insert condemned the act and affirmed that the authorities, headed by Governor Miguel Barbosa Huerta, are completely overrun to maintain control of the penalty.
DENOUNCE LACK OF PROTOCOLS
The organization publicly denounced the lack of protocols for entry and safe spaces for minors who are directly or indirectly in contact with prisons.
“We condemn the lack of implementation of entry protocols and the lack of safe spaces so that children who are directly or indirectly in contact with prisons can live safely with their families.
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“These minors are constantly exposed to violence derived from the carelessness of the authority inside the Penitentiary Centers. This normalization of violence has repercussions and endangers their lives,” the organization said.