United Forces for Our Disappeared in Nuevo León, AC lraised his voice again when he considered that there is no progress or results with regard to the search for missing persons on the Monterrey-Nuevo Laredo highway.
“In follow-up to the report on the disappeared, although we recognize the risk and effort made, unfortunately there is no progress, much less results. Therefore, we request that in the operations there be at least one Public Ministry with the powers to act in the necessary procedures to gather information, request search warrants and the corresponding experts in situ ”.
FUNDENL proposes also that these operations are carried out with the information provided by the families, but also for intelligence work.
“It is the responsibility of the authorities to obtain the call sheets, videos, testimonies and all the information that allows them to make a professional analysis to determine the sites where they have to search and present a Search and Investigation Plan.”
A third proposal is that the sites where there is a finding of skeletal remains are protected and an interdisciplinary and inter-institutional work is carried out, and that only by means of an expert report they conclude the search in those sites.
Additionally, FUNDENL considered it urgent that, in all cases, families be provided with the information from call sheets, videos, banking information and their analysis.
“Unfortunately we were able to verify that families continue to suffer the same as 10 years ago, and this information, so important for the search and investigation, is still not expeditious.”
He said that in this meeting no information was provided on the location or rescue of any person, information that is of your greatest interest.
“We hope that the following operations will take into account our demands so as not to continue risking lives in vain. It is urgent to act with professionalism and forcefully in these operations, investing all the resources and powers of the competent authorities ”.
The letter was sent to Karla Quintana Osuna, from the National Search Commission; Gustavo Adolfo Guerrero Gutiérrez, Attorney General for Justice of Nuevo León; Irving Barrios Mojica, Attorney General of Justice of Tamaulipas; María de la Luz Balderas, from the State Search Commission of Nuevo León; Jorge Ernesto Macías Espinosa, from the Tamaulipas State Search Commission; Elizabeth Almanza Ávalos, of the Special Prosecutor’s Office for the Investigation of the Crimes of Forced Disappearance of Persons, Tamaulipas; and Rodolfo Salinas de la Peña, from the Office of the Special Prosecutor for Disappeared Persons, Nuevo León.