The morning of May 25, the name of Diana Raygoza crowned social media trends with the hashtag #JusticiaParaDianabecause the 21-year-old was murdered at her home on May 24, during his quarantine in Tepic, Nayarit.
The state attorney general's office initially revealed that the young woman had been attacked with a sharp-pointed weapon repeatedly.
Later, the Attorney General of Nayarit, Petronilo Díaz Ponce, detailed to Formula Group than the theft hypothesis was ruled out during the investigation because none of the metal plates and locks on the house were tampered with.
At the time of the murder, the girl's parents were not at home. The prosecutor assured that the strongest hypotheses assume that the young woman may have known her attacker or someone knocked on the door and later forced her entry, submitting to Diana.
We are definitely talking about a feminicide, we cannot consider it otherwise
This determination was reached by the high number of injuries to various parts of the body and the state of the clothes in which the university was abandoned, characteristics that are considered within the assumption of feminicide. Also, he said that on the wall of the home the letters "SF" painted with blood were found whistled.
The young woman had reported in 2019 that she was harassed by a man who followed her from the Autonomo us University of Nayarit (UAN), where he studied the third degree of the law law degree
There were endless people right there who just looked at me instead of saying something. What I'm going to do is that we want the government to provide us with the necessary security but as a society that we are contributing? Do we have to wait for more serious acts to pass before people start reacting?
The Governor of Nayarit, Antonio Echeverría García, He condemned "heinous crime" on his Twitter account, as well as any type of violence against women. He assured that he was outraged by the situation and that he had met with the attorney general to follow up on the investigations.
Meanwhile, we will maintain our demand for this fact to be clarified and punished.
Diana's case went viral, thousands of people published demands for justice on social networks so that the crime did not go unpunished. In several of these they showed outrage at some media reports of the event reporting that Diana had been "found lifeless" and clarified that "it was not murder, it was femicide" or that "she did not die, they murdered her".
This occurs amid the controversy unleashed by the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, when he said that 90% of calls for help for family violence were false.
Days later, the executive maintained his position by saying: "Notice that, contrary to what happened or what is happening, it was thought that if families joined there would be more violence. It is a concept that does not apply to Mexico due to the characteristics of our families, which are different customs, to what happens in other parts of the world, with all respect. "
However, this contrasts with the figures of the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System (SESNSP) They revealed that in the month of March alone, complaint calls increased 23%.
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