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A mother’s love is very great, she seeks the best for her children regardless of whether they are on the wrong path. This was demonstrated by Miriam, a 45-year-old woman who traveled from Veracruz to Puebla to helping his son get out of prison, an act that earned him death.
After leaving the prison where he remained accused of drug possession, José Hugo “N” murdered his mother and his ex-girlfriend, 24 years old. Both were found tied hand and foot, with signs of having been beaten and their throats cut.
According to local media, José Hugo has a son with his ex-partner, and although they did not live together, the young woman visited him frequently.
According to the investigation folder, made up of the crime of homicide by the Puebla State Attorney General’s Office (FGE), one of the victims, mother of the alleged murderer, lived in Veracruz, where she had a property, she also owned a property in Puebla, which was inhabited by his two children.
Another of Miriam’s children was the one who discovered the bodies of his mother and his ex-sister-in-law, the night of August 17. After the terrible discovery, he called the emergency room, resulting in an intense police mobilization, and even Mexican Army personnel went to the scene of the crime.
Red Cross paramedics arrived at the site and checked the women but they no longer had vital signs.
Apparently José Hugo did not act aloneWell, according to reports from the authorities, he did it in complicity with a man nicknamed “El Chino”, who allegedly was engaged in drug dealing, in addition to relating to the victims and the ex-convict because he rented the ground floor of the property in Puebla.
Apparently “El Chino” used the property to store little machines, however, authorities presume that the place was used as a front for a drug distribution center in the form of drug dealing.
Miriam learned that her son had problems with “El Chino”, supposedly due to a debt he acquired by buying narcotics from him, so she would take advantage of her stay in Puebla to ask her tenant to vacate the place. Both José Hugo and “El Chino” are fugitives.
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