Authorities took action because of conflicts between the previous two.
The Mexican government on Thursday announced the third autopsy of a young woman’s body found in a motel water tank due to discrepancies between official autopsies. The family concluded that he had been sexually abused and murdered.
Federal Undersecretary of State for Public Security Ricardo Mejia pointed out during a presidential conference this morning that a special commission had decided the day before to coordinate a “third opinion” and clarify the girl’s death.
Debenhi Escobar was last seen alive in the early hours of April 9, when a taxi driver left her on a highway near the town of Monterrey. His photo, which was caught at midnight, went viral.
Her body was found in the basement of a nearby hotel two weeks later and the search and investigation scandal, which was condemned by the family, led to the case – one of several missing and female murders in Mexico – that draws great attention and determines the intervention. Of the Central Government.
He said an autopsy by authorities in the state of Nuevo Len, where Montreux is located, found no sexual abuse, the cause of death was a blow to the head, and the youth pointed out the possibility of an accident. A woman was standing inside an open tank on the ground with no water in his lungs.
Mejia confirmed a second autopsy – requested by the family from independent experts – said she was talking about sexual abuse and that it was another cause of death she had not described. However, the young woman’s father, Mario Escobar, confirmed that his daughter had been murdered.
Even before the discrepancy between the autopsies became known, the Nuevo Len attorney’s office separated the two officers from their investigation for errors and omissions.
The new autopsy will be conducted in Mexico City.
Abuse has long been commonplace in female homicide cases in Mexico, as is the case with other types of homicides.
Female homicides – gender-based homicides – have risen from 977 in 2020 to 1,015 in 2021, the highest number of female homicides, according to federal data.
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