CHALCO, Mex. February 18. – The Judging Process Control, headed by Fabiola Aparicio, today issued a binding order to process 20 people related to the lynching of two children and an adult, which occurred on February 10 in San Mateo Huitzilzingo.
In this way we determined the legal status of the detainees, who must remain in custody to face trial for the crime of murder. It was reported that to enable the Attorney General to provide new data within six months.
Meanwhile, the defense of the detainees reported that they seek an injunction order so they can continue the process at large, however, it was confirmed that at present they will remain in custody in the entry area of the prison of Chalco.
Relatives of the detainees said they carried out various actions in both Chalco and the city of Toluca, to demand the release of detainees.
Meanwhile, the Human Rights Commission of the State confirmed that following the court case for exchange, but so far the families of the detainees have come to this court.
It is recalled that on February 10 over 500 people beat and burned to two minors and one adult in the central square.
According to investigations by the state attorney general‘s office, the motive of these events was a sentimental problem among teenagers and there are still more people to be arrested for their alleged involvement