Aranza Ramos, who was a member of the collective Seeking Mothers in Sonora, was murdered on the night of Thursday, July 15, just a few meters from her home in the community of Ortiz, in Guaymas.
The events occurred around 11:00 pm after armed men entered her home and they took her by force. After the attack was reported, the Red Cross paramedics arrived, however Aranza no longer had vital signs.
Elements of the Municipal Preventive Police, supported by staff from the National Guard, guarded the scene so that experts from the State Attorney General’s Office could carry out the legal proceedings and later ordered the removal of the body to the Forensic Medical Service Chamber.
The young woman joined the search party after the disappearance of her husband Brayan Omar Celaya Alvarado, on December 6, 2020 at the Ortiz police station.
Aranza Ramos was part of the brother collectives Seeking Mothers of Sonora and Seekers in La Paz, who expressed outrage at the descent of the young woman, as well as sent condolences to her relatives.
“Mothers Seekers of Sonora we unite ourselves to the grief that seizes the family of Aranza Ramos a great person whose only sin was to love her husband with all her soul which I have been looking for tirelessly since it disappeared. why kill her?”, wrote the MBS collective through their Twitter account.
What crime did she commit? She was not looking for guilty or justice, she was only looking for peace and to give a decent place to the love of his life to the father of his daughter,” they added.
The National Citizen Council of the National People Search System regretted the loss, as well as demanded that the Prosecutor’s Office carry out the pertinent investigation to find the whereabouts of those who ceased the Life of Aranza Ramos.
“We demand that the Attorney General of the State of Sonora and the Attorney General of the Republic carry out prompt and expeditious investigations to clarify this fact in order to identify those responsible for these crimes and guarantee the human security of the families of the disappeared.” They wrote in a letter.
In her latest Facebook post, Aranza shared a photo that included the date of her husband’s disappearance from the hand of a message where he expressed despair and pain after seven months of not having any news about the whereabouts of her daughter’s father.
“I don’t know who else to ask to please allow you to come home. I think I haven’t begged enough yet maybe I have not cried the indicated and maybe I have not looked for what is necessary, I don’t know what else to do, I don’t know what else, just keep going, my God please help me,” she wrote.
So far the causes and who carried out the murder of the 27-year-old girl are unknown. On the other hand, the authorities of the State Attorney General’s Office have not yet released more information of the case.
According to the database of the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System indicates that 222 femicides have been committed in Sonora in the period from November 28, 2013 to May 2021.
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