Mexicans walk to vent outrage at police over assault cases -
Mexicans walk to vent outrage at police over assault cases
Posted Tuesday 01:42 PM

Many nonconformists have overflowed the lanes of Mexico City requesting equity for two young ladies who were supposedly assaulted by cops.

Around 300 nonconformists, generally female, plummeted on the Mexican capital's investigator's office on Monday.

Outfitted with pink sparkle and shower paint, they progressed on the structure, crushing its entryway and leaving a pig's head outside.

The dissents were started by two late assault cases.

The first includes a 17-year-old young lady who said four cops assaulted her in their watch vehicle in Azcapotzalco, in the capital's north, on 3 August. The second concerns a 16-year-old young lady who said a police officer assaulted her in an exhibition hall in the downtown area days after the fact.

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On Thursday, a cop was captured regarding the subsequent case. Up until this point, no captures have been made in connection to the first.

Insulted by the supposed unfortunate behavior by police, the dissenters recited "equity" and "they don't secure us, they assault us" at officials.

The ladies are infuriated around two late instances of supposed assault

During the challenges, Mexico's security serve Jesús Orta Martínez was shrouded in pink sparkle when he endeavored to guarantee the ladies the two cases would be appropriately examined.

Claudia Sheinbaum, Mexico City's previously chosen female city hall leader, portrayed the challenge as an "incitement".

"They needed the legislature to react with brutality. In any case, we're not going to do that," she told columnists.

Savagery against ladies is common in Mexico. Joined Nations figures demonstrate an expected nine ladies are killed each day in the nation.

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