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January 10 marked the one year anniversary of the tragedy where José Ángel, a 11-year-old student in sixth grade brought two guns to his school with the aim of shooting his teacher, in the Colegio Cervantes de Torreón, Coahuila, wounding six classmates and then committing suicide.
The governor of Coahuila, Miguel Ángel Riquelme, reported at a press conference that hehe first investigations show that the boy asked permission to go to the bathroom, after 15 minutes, the teacher went to look for him and came out with two guns, shooting and wounding six people and then shot himself.
The student’s grandfather, 58 years old and also called José Ángel, was the only one detained on the occasion of the events, although he is already at liberty.
It was at the end of October 2020 when José Ángel “N” regained his freedom, after adhering to an alternate departure called “conditional suspension.”
The person in charge of the Process Directorate of the State Attorney General’s Office (FGE) of Coahuila, Eduardo Nakazima Martínez, reported that this measure provides for the reparation of the damage and that the accused meets a series of conditions imposed by the Control Judge.
In this case, an economic agreement was reached with the families of the victims, although the amount was not specified, as it is part of the research portfolio.
Among the conditions that must be met, he highlighted the prohibition to leave the country and to carry or own firearms, given the nature of the crime, since those used in the shooting were his property.
“The position of the victims is clear, it was a very unpleasant, very complicated event and their intention was to end it., since the same process revictimized them ”, he explained.
The two weapons the 11-year-old boy used in the shooting were obtained by the minor in his own homeconfirmed the State Attorney’s Office.
“The weapons belonged to the family, in particular to the grandfather,” declared the Prosecutor Gerardo Márquez Guevara, who also explained that one of them is for the exclusive use of the Mexican Army and the other did not have the required carrying permit, for which they were illegal.
“A search was generated in the minor’s home,” he explained in January 2020 Governor Miguel Ángel Riquelme, who recalled that the minor lived with them because he had lost his mother some years ago. “The family environment was not suitable for the child”He added.
Regarding the lack of permits for weapons, Riquelme said that they are “abnormal issues.” “Many things come from there, it was an inappropriate environment to educate a child,” he completed.
Controversy was caused by alleged messages that were recorded on the telephone number of José Ángel “N” that revealed that The man knew of the minor’s intentions to carry out a shooting at his school but did not remove his weapons from the home, this after an intervention carried out by the authorities.
The 58-year-old man would have sent messages to a person that he himself would call his daughter. In them he would have declared having had knowledge of the minor’s plans, to which the woman questions:
“Why did you give it to him dad (referring to the gun), do you see what happens?”
The conversation gained more force when the answer of the grandfather would have been:
“He wanted to do it, he couldn’t stop it, it was his will, daughter.”
The transcripts of the authorities released by Plinth were the ones who made this conversation known and it would be used as evidence against the man whom his accounts were previously frozen for detecting irregular flows for 100 million pesos.
The governor of Coahuila, Miguel Ángel Riquelme, reported in a press conference that the boy asked permission to go to the bathroom, after 15 minutes, the teacher went to look for him and came out with two weapons, shooting and wounding six people and then hitting a threw.
According to the Prosecutor’s Office, so far have interviewed between 25 and 30 people in the inquiries, which will continue in the next hours and days.
“A search was generated in the minor’s home,” he explained to Multimedia Governor Miguel Ángel Riquelme, who recalled that the minor lived with them because he had lost his mother some years ago. “The family environment was not suitable for the child”He added.
He allegedly told some colleagues that “today was the day, I was influenced by a video game” called Natural Selection, the same one that they boasted Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, the young authors of the Columbine Massacre, in the USA.
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