San Salvador, Mar 30 (EFE) .- The Mexican State Prosecutor’s Office of Quintana Roo arrested the couple of Salvadoran migrant Victoria Esperanza Salazar Arriaza, killed by police officers from that country, for allegedly sexually abusing one of the her daughters, President Nayib Bukele posted on Twitter late Tuesday.
“As I told you yesterday (Monday), despite the fact that some authorities came out to deny it, there were more aggressors and victims in this story. The Quintana Roo Prosecutor’s Office has just arrested Victoria’s sentimental partner, of Mexican nationality, who sexually abused of one of his daughters, “the president posted on his Twitter account, without indicating the source of the information.
He indicated that “Victoria denounced him (her partner) weeks ago and took her daughter to a shelter to protect her from the aggressor”, but “unfortunately they did not act until now, that they have already murdered Victoria and that the case is being followed up” .
He noted that “Victoria’s eldest daughter HAS NOT BEEN LOCATED” and that “the main hypothesis is that she fled from her sister’s aggressor (who probably would have also abused her)”.
“Until now, we still do not know if she is informed of the murder of her mother,” concludes the thread of publications of the Salvadoran president, who added the tag “#JusticiaParaVictoriaySusHijas.”
Bukele published on Monday in the same social network that in this case “there are more aggressors and also more victims” and that “the human drama extends much more and there must be several charges of misogyny and aggression (apart from murder)”.
Victoria’s mother, Rosibel Arriaza, told Salvadoran journalists on Monday that two adolescents aged 15 and 16 were orphaned and that “supposedly a girl is already in the custody of the DIF (National System for the Integral Development of the Family ) “.
He added, without mentioning a complaint of abuse, that the other did not, because “he is afraid of the Police” and “thinks that the Police can do something to him.”
The Salvadoran Executive reported this Tuesday that the Government of Mexico will grant humanitarian visas to two relatives of Victoria so that they can travel to the place where they resided.
The source pointed out that the Mexican ambassador to El Salvador, Ricardo Cantú, reported that “they agreed to give two humanitarian visas to Mrs. Salazar’s relatives so that they can travel to Tulum (Quintana Roo).”
Victoria Esperanza, 36, a resident of Mexico with a humanitarian visa since 2018, was subdued by four policemen from the tourist enclave of Tulum, who are already on trial for femicide.
The death of Salazar, recorded on video, has motivated protests by international organizations and groups that accuse the Mexican security forces of racism and misogyny, in addition to claims from El Salvador.
Several UN agencies, such as IOM, UNHCR and UN-DH, condemned the murder of the woman on Tuesday and asked the authorities for a “prompt and impartial” investigation.
(c) EFE Agency