Salvadoran migrant dies while being subdued by agents in Tulum (PHOTOS AND VIDEO)

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  • A Salvadoran migrant dies when she was subdued on the floor by elements of the police in Tulum
  • The Quintana Roo Attorney General’s Office reported that it has initiated an investigation folder
  • The woman can be heard yelling and complaining, while another agent suggests calling a truck and loading it up

Tulum migrant dies. A Salvadoran migrant died when she was subjected to the floor by four elements of the Municipal Directorate of Public security Tulum, in Mexico, which merited the intervention of the State Commission for Human Rights of Quintana Roo (CEDHQROO), due to probable excessive use of force, according to the newspaper The universal.

The Quintana Roo Attorney General’s Office reported that it has started an investigation folder related to the death of the woman, identified as the Salvadoran migrant Victoria Salazar Arriaza, to find out what happened. Elements of the institution are already interviewing the municipal police officers involved, it was indicated.

Migrant dies in Tulum after being subdued by 4 agents

Victoria Salazar Arriaza woman died subjected to police Tulum Quintana Roo
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In videos disseminated on social networks, the four officers are observed, at the foot of a patrol, surrounding the victim, identified as Victoria Salazar Arriaza in handcuffs, subjected to the floor by one of the policemen, who is kneeling on his back.

The woman is heard yelling and complaining, while another agent suggests calling a truck and getting it up; However, in another video the victim is already seen immobile, while the agent who was on top of her is standing and observing her along with the other three. TO SEE THE VIDEO CLICK HERE

“It no longer moves,” said the people present

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“It is no longer moving,” you can hear people saying that they observed how the agents moved the body and ended up putting it on another patrol. The Third Office of the CEDHQROO opened an ex officio complaint upon learning of these unfortunate events that have caused outrage in Mexico.

The complaint file was filed under number VA / TUL / 014/03/2021 for violations of the human right to life and those that result, in order to investigate possible acts or omissions by public servants of the General Directorate of Public Safety and Traffic of Tulum, which by their nature could be serious and constitute human rights violations.

Conavim asks to clarify the death of a migrant in Tulum

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The National Commission to Prevent and Eradicate Violence Against Women (Conavim) reported that it is in contact with the authorities of Quintana Roo to clarify the events that led to the death of a woman when she was subjected on the floor by four elements of the Tulum Municipal Security Directorate.

Through its Twitter account, the agency described the event as regrettable and requested that those responsible be punished and justice done. For his part, the Undersecretary for Human Rights, Population and Migration of the Ministry of the Interior, Alejandro Encinas, condemned “this act of incompetence and police abuse” and demanded punishment for those responsible.

Migrant dies in Tulum and they are already investigating

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The Attorney General of the State of Quintana Roo reported that it initiated an investigation folder related to the death of the woman that occurred yesterday afternoon, to find out what happened. He indicated that elements of the institution are already interviewing the municipal police officers involved.

In videos broadcast on social networks, the four officers are observed, at the foot of a patrol, surrounding the victim, handcuffed, subjected to the floor by one of the policemen who is kneeling on his back. Marco Antonio Tóh Euá, head of the State Commission for Human Rights of Quintana Roo (CEDHQROO), assured that a diligent investigation will be carried out on this event and launched an “energetic call” to all police corporations to conduct themselves with strict adherence to the law. legality and human rights.

Tulum migrant dies: “She did not die, they killed her”

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After the dissemination of a video in which a woman is seen who dies while being subdued by four Tulum policemen, on social networks they indicated that “she did not die, they killed her.” On her Twitter account, music producer and supervisor Lynn Fainchtein noted that the police officers killed the woman during her arrest.

One user pointed out that “something that we do not understand when we read news like this is that the media are not judges and should not issue a verdict and should not qualify as … Only report.” Other users agreed that the woman was killed when she was subdued by the police. Archived Victoria Salazar Arriaza woman died subjected to police Tulum Quintana Roo

Tulum migrant dies: Woman subjected to the floor by four policemen

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In videos broadcast on social networks, the four officers are observed, at the foot of a patrol, surrounding the victim, handcuffed, subjected to the floor by one of the policemen who is kneeling on his back.

The woman is heard yelling and complaining, while another agent suggests calling a truck and getting it up; However, in another video the victim is already seen immobile, while the agent who was on top of her is standing and observing her along with the other three. Archived Victoria Salazar Arriaza woman died subjected to police Tulum Quintana Roo

They call for protests for the murder of 4 women in Quintana Roo

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The Quintanarroense Feminist Network (RFQ) called for the holding of a day of protests, starting tomorrow, in different municipalities of the state for the murder of four women during this weekend, one in Holbox, another in Tulum and in a double crime in the city of Cancun.

The 26 groups that make up the Network condemned the crimes committed and reproached the silence of the state governor, Carlos Joaquín González, in the face of the events that have caused “paradise to smell like blood.” “Today we demand that Governor Carlos Joaquín take action on the matter, that he stop pretending to work in favor of women,” they said, when stating the femicide of Karla, in Holbox and the “police murder” in Tulum, to the detriment of a woman. Archived Victoria Salazar Arriaza woman died subjected to police Tulum Quintana Roo

The woman was a Salvadoran migrant

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According to local reports, Victoria Salazar Arriaza, a 36-year-old woman, was originally from the Department of Sonsonate, located in the border region of El Salvador with Guatemala. In the petitions for justice, it is stated that the Salvadoran woman had a permanent humanitarian visa and left two minors orphaned.

This terrible event occurred on Saturday afternoon, when police officers came to a report about a person who was disturbing order. Upon arrival, the police officers subdued the woman. It is about a 36-year-old Salvadoran migrant who left two orphaned daughters, according to the portal The Day. Archived Victoria Salazar Arriaza woman died subjected to police Tulum Quintana Roo

“She fainted, they took her up to the Unit”

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According to the official version, when the elements of the municipal police arrived at the scene, the woman was not drunk, but she did show “aggressive” behavior, for which she was subdued by four officers. Already on the ground, handcuffed, face down, the woman complained, while a police officer knelt on her back to immobilize her.

“Later she fainted, they took her to the Unit and on the way she began to convulse; they took off her handcuffs and transferred her to the health center; they took time to admit her and, when the ambulance arrived, they declared her without vital signs, ”the report indicated. Archived Victoria Salazar Arriaza woman died subjected to police Tulum Quintana Roo

“She didn’t die, they killed her,” Denisse Dresser claims

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The writer and activist, Denise Dresser, joined the signaling in networks “she did not die, they killed her”, after a video was released in which a woman is seen dying while being subdued by four Tulum police officers. ” Mexico, where being a woman is living in permanent danger, “Dresser added in her message on Twitter.

On her Twitter account, music producer and supervisor Lynn Fainchtein noted that the police officers killed the woman during her arrest. One user pointed out that “something that we do not understand when we read news like this is that the media are not judges and should not issue a verdict and should not qualify as … Only report.” Archived Victoria Salazar Arriaza woman died subjected to police Tulum Quintana Roo

Segob condemns the death of a woman subjected by police in Tulum

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The head of the Ministry of the Interior, Olga Sánchez Cordero, condemned and demanded justice for the death of a woman after being subjected by agents of the municipal Directorate of Public Security and Traffic of Tulum in the middle of a public highway, which occurred yesterday afternoon.

Through his Twitter account, Sánchez Cordero pointed out that acts like these should not go unpunished.
For his part, Mayor Víctor Mas Tah condemned any act of violence against women and anyone who lives or visits Tulum. Archived Victoria Salazar Arriaza woman died subjected to Tulum Quintana Roo police officers.

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