Trailer with corpses: Ex-IJCF director linked to trial

The former Director of the Jalisco Institute of Forensic Sciences (IJCF), Luis Octavio “The” Linked to the abuse of power proceedings and the case Trailer circulated with corpses Unknown in September 2018 by the Guadalajara metropolitan area.

At the hearing held this day in the Courts of the 1st Judicial Circuit located in Puente Grande, the probation judge made the decision after Several hours of trial And listening to the arguments of the Public Prosecution Office of the Special Prosecutor’s Office in Anti-Corruption, after analyzing the investigation file, I concluded that the former official is linked to the operation.

The judge linked it to the process and as a precaution the accused must come every 15 days to sign, plus he is forbidden to leave Jalisco without judicial permission, both measures Valid for one year.

In September 2018, the Anti-Corruption Special Prosecutor’s Office opened several investigation files, after it was known that a total of 273 unidentified bodies had left the facilities of the Jalisco Institute of Forensic Sciences.

Monday, September 13, a Initial Hearing From the Public Prosecution Office to Luis Octavio “IN”, his defense accepted the constitutional period of 144 hours to present his arguments, and as of today, September 19, the hearing related to the process has been released.

On September 16, the Director of Forensic Services in Jalisco (Simivo), Eduardo “In”, was also linked to the operation in the same case of the trailer with unidentified bodies that traveled through the Guadalajara metropolitan area.

It should be noted that the Public Prosecutor specializing in anti-corruption, Gerardo Ignacio de la Cruz Tovar, did not appear at today’s hearing and sent representatives in his place.

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