"It was femicide," says Yolanda Martínez Cadena's father

MONTERREY, NL.- Although the Attorney General of Nuevo León established suicide as the main line of investigation of Yolanda Martinez Cadenahis father Gerardo Martinez He said that the young woman lost her life as a victim of a femicide.

He indicated that part of an independent investigation in which the Guatemalan experts allow you to assert that.

There are already some advanced studies, however, it was not suicide, it was femicide”, he mentioned.

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He pointed out that it is already a matter of the Prosecutor’s Office carry out the investigation and the suspects are arrested.

Somehow find them and make them pay for what they did”, he added.

He mentioned that the independent investigation It is 60 percent complete and has produced those results.

It was not suicide and nothing else is to know what substance was administered to him so that he died because he was injected with some medication”, he insisted.

He added that they also gave drink a glass of water and how seven different drugs.

He explained that she was not deprived of her life immediately, but after days of captivity in which she was physically abused and he doesn’t know if sexually.

Everything is going to enter into the investigation, and by arresting people, the different crimes that they have committed will be applied to them”, he commented.

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He said that those people have to be locked up because they are dangerous.

He insisted that this investigation is already advanced and hopes that the Prosecutor’s Office executes some arrest warrants and do the corresponding searches.

Martínez Cadena disappeared on March 31 and was found on May 8 in a vacant lot in the municipality of Juárez.

His father was interviewed during his wake in Chapels of Carmenin Monterrey, and will be buried in the Los Pinos Pantheonin Juarez.

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