Morelia, Michoacán.- A man was shot to death by an unknown person, while he was on his way to his house in the vicinity of the Villas del Oriente subdivision, located in the city of Morelia, Michoacan. The event was recorded by a security camera in a video that later went viral on social media.
The armed aggression It happened on the night of Sunday, February 7, on Revolution Street in the aforementioned subdivision. The victim was identified as José Héctor, according to information from local media
In the audiovisual material, the victim can be seen walking carelessly down the street until he notices the presence of another man who was heading towards him. Seeing him, José Héctor started to run in the opposite direction, but his assailant pulled out a gun and started shooting at him.
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The escape attempt was unsuccessful, because José Héctor fell to the ground upon receiving the first bullet impact. This situation was taken advantage of by the aggressor to continue firing his weapon.
Before leaving the scene, the attacker noticed that his victim was still moving, so he returned to shoot him in the back and head. In total, he shot her nine times and then ran away.
At no time in the video does he see any indication of assault or dialogue, which suggests that the assailant only had the intention of killing his victim, who seemed to recognize him when he saw him.
after this criminal actthe Michoacán Prosecutor’s Office began an investigation folder to clarify the crime and find the person responsible.
Hours later, another person was found shot to death in the same subdivision. However, her body showed signs of torture.
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On the same Sunday night, but in the Arko San Antoni subdivision of the city of Morelia, the body of another person murdered with a firearm was found.
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