This Wednesday the disappearance of Yesenia Guadalupe Durazo Cotawho is looking for her husband and is a member of the collective Searching Mothers of Sonora.
via Twitter, Ceci Floresleader of the collective, shared the search file to find the location of the 33-year-old.
“To those who took her, we ask for mercy. This woman was looking for her husband. Today, if we don’t hurry, we’ll be looking for her too. They took her away because they were investigating.”
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“We invite those people who, please, have Yesenia to return her to us. She has a destroyed family, her daughters are suffering enormously when they see how they took her from her home”.
Ceci Flores reiterated that Yesenia does not represent any danger, “just look for peace”hence begged to be returned alive.
“The search mothers of Sonora beg mercy on those who took Yesenia and we beg them to release her alive. She is not a danger to anyone, she only seeks peace. We promise to forget about her, we promise that when we can embrace her again we will never seek justice.”
Prosecutor’s Office is already investigating
The Sonora Attorney General’s Office confirmed the probable illegal deprivation of liberty of Yessenia Guadalupe.
He added that, together with the State Security Board and the Sonora Search Commission, they are investigating the complaint filed by the Sonora Search Mothers collective.
“In the complaint from relatives, it was stated that contact was lost with the member of a search group on Sunday, when she went out to the square talking on the cell phone with a friend from Hermosillo. By not contacting her again, they decided to go to denounce on Tuesday.
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Searching mothers are protected, affirms AMLO
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador He affirmed that his government works to protect searching mothers and find their missing children, two days after hundreds of women took to the streets on May 10 to denounce the lack of location of their loved ones and the violence they face for their search work.
“We are working every day to protect search mothers, all those who have disappeared relatives”declared that Friday from the National Palace.
From 2021 to May 2023, at least 7 people have been killed in the country while searching for their loved ones..
Just this past May 2, the mother seeker of Guanajuato, Teresa Magueyal, was killed by two hooded men in broad daylight in front of a preschool.
With media information