Chiapas: four femicides in less than a week

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Until mid-October of this year, the Feminist Observatory against Violence against Women in Chiapas counted around 117 violent deaths of women

TUXTLA GUTIÉRREZ.- In three different events, four women, two from Reforma, one from Chanal and one from the capital of Chiapas, were shot and stabbed to death this week. Just a few hours ago, a woman around 35 years old lost her life by a man, apparently her romantic partner, buried a knife in her back at least five occasions.

The event occurred in the San Fernando subdivision, of this Tuxtleca city. According to neighbors, they identify the person who possibly committed the femicide.

In another incident, Maribel Cajija, 22 years old, and a friend were kidnapped from a nightclub located in the municipality of Reforma, Chiapas, and later appeared dead, with several shots to her body (including the shot of grace) in the ranchería Estancia Vieja, municipality of Centro, in Tabasco.

In addition, other data obtained is that the abduction of these women occurred last Thursday, and the discovery of their bodies was recorded this Saturday. So far, the State Attorney General’s Office (FGE) has not issued information in this regard.

In another similar event, which occurred last Wednesday, an indigenous woman named María Luisa Entzín Pérez, eight months pregnant, was murdered by her own husband, identified as Diego “N”, in the indigenous municipality of Chanal.

According to the victim’s relatives, there is fear that the man will be released after paying 50 thousand pesos to the authorities; At the moment, he is still locked up in a jail in his town.

However, femicides do not stop in this entity, one of the first with the highest number of cases of this type of crime. In fact, on November 8, in the El Duraznal area, municipality of San Juan Chamula, a man doused his wife with gasoline and then set her on fire; The victim did not resist and died.

For this reason, the FGE announced, on November 17, that Marcelino “N” and Manuel “N” were arrested as probable perpetrators of this incident.

Until mid-October of this year, the Feminist Observatory against Violence against Women in Chiapas counted around 117 violent deaths of women, of which 34 apparently are femicides.

Source: La Silla Rota