Diana Murrieta, president of Nosotras Para Ellas, sent Who the letter with which they ask that “no rapist has a safe place”; for the lawyer the sum of efforts so that Roemer respond to justice is the sign of the unity of the survivors that should make a generalized echo in society.
“This letter that we sent to the Israeli embassy today, I am very moved by the participation of more than 60 feminist organizations that have supported the victims and us as an organization and I would like to point out that I am eternally grateful,” explained Murrieta, via WhatsApp.
The text for the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the State of Israel in Mexico lets him know that the signatories “are a group of women who are united by the unfortunate coincidence of having been victims of sexual violence by Andres Roemer.
“We are writing to you to expose a situation that concerns us with the intention of informing you of the development of the facts related to this case. On February 15, a series of public complaints of sexual violence against Andres Roemer that, until today, add up to more than 60 “, they specify.
The letter informs the diplomat of obtaining the FGJ-CDMX of the arrest warrant against Roemer, as well as the freezing of their bank accounts by the Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF) of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP).
They also share the encounter that Emma had with Andrés on April 29 in Tel Aviv, Israel, in which, as we reported in this medium, after the disclosure of the situation by Indigo Report, the writer tried to repeat the modus operandi that he put into practice in Mexico.
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