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Activist for the victims of disappearance was kidnapped in Tierra Blanca, Veracruz

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Elvira Gómez was kidnapped on Thursday night 14 (Photo: Facebook Mothers in Search Coatzacoalcos)

Thursday night, January 14, An armed commando kidnapped the coordinator of the Colectiva Madres Luna de Tierra Blanca, Elvira Gómez López. According to the collective Mothers in Search Coatzacoalcos, the events occurred after attending a demonstration in Xalapa.

The protest in which the activist participated demanded that Cuitláhuac García Jiménez, governor of Veracruz, pay attention to the cases of victims of disappearance throughout the state. According to a video published by Mothers in Search, the demonstration was attended by groups of relatives of the disappeared in Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz, Poza Rica, Córdoba, Tierra Blanca and Xalapa.

The investigations of their relatives, the protesters denounced, have been suspended for more than a year.

In your account Twitter, the journalist Félix Márquez also denounced plagiarism and narrated that Gómez López has been searching for his missing children since 2013. “He has traveled the territory of Papaloapan looking. He has entered clandestine graves, protested and attended official meetings. He has seen bodies in morgues. Today she was kidnapped in Tierra Blanca, ”he wrote.

According to a chronicle of the case written by journalist Miguel Ángel León Carmona, in search of his children, Juan de Dios and Rodrigo, Elvira Gómez denounced a former state police officer and two people linked to the Zetas.

León Carmona, who now writes for the Footer, documented that Gómez denounced Ángela Alonso Malpica and Óscar Pulido for the kidnapping of their children. The crime occurred after Malpica accused members of the Unión General Obrera Campesina y Popular of trespassing on lands supposedly his in Tierra Blanca.

Before the crime, he attended a demonstration to demand resolution to the cases of disappeared in the entity (Photo: Facebook Mothers in Search Coatzacoalcos)
Before the crime, he attended a demonstration to demand resolution to the cases of disappeared in the entity (Photo: Facebook Mothers in Search Coatzacoalcos)

Elvira Gómez explained that even a member of the Zetas threatened her to leave his home. Remembered that he had told them to “be careful because Angela pays well.”

Then, according to research folder 1064/2013, Juan de Dios and Rodrigo were disappeared from a bus station in the municipality of Acatlán de Pérez Figueroa on September 19, 2013.

After two years of searching, Elvira Gómez received a call from the alleged perpetrator, a former police commander named Martín. He said he was threatened with death and had gone into hiding in the United States, from where he made the call.

According to the chronicle, he explained to the mother that he received an order to “pick up” his children, kept them in the municipal separations for three days and then took them away to disappear.

From the plagiarism, Gómez became a central figure for the groups searching for the disappeared in the entity. Félix Márquez explained that, “although Elvira always breaks down in tears when she talks about her children, her strength spread among more women in the area. He has helped and organized them. Today, these search groups were alerted to her disappearance and are demanding that she be released safely ”.

Gómez López has been an activist since 2013 when two of his children were kidnapped (Photo: Facebook Mothers in Search Coatzacoalcos)
Gómez López has been an activist since 2013 when two of his children were kidnapped (Photo: Facebook Mothers in Search Coatzacoalcos)

According to the Madres Luna collective, coordinated by the activist, she was kidnapped by four armed men around 9 pm on Thursday. Gómez was riding a motorcycle with one of her daughters when a van with tinted windows intercepted her and the subjects got on her and took her away.

The collectives of the network announced that they will report the crime and began to share the information of the events and the photograph of Elvira Gómez López on social networks.

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