More prosecutors killed in Latin America
Following the assassination of Paraguay’s Marcelo Pecci whilst honeymooning in Colombia, two different crimes have hit Latin American prosecutors within the closing days of May.
Honduran State Attorney’s Office has declared 3 days of mourning following Friday’s assassination of Special Environmental Prosecutor Karen Gabriela Almendarez Herrera from town of Nacaome within the El Salvador-bordering division of Valle.
The head of the Specialized Prosecutor Unit Against Corruption Networks, Luis Javier Santos, revealed that: Prosecutor Ranger this is how they’ve known as the ones of who’ve been assigned to a neighborhood Prosecutor’s Office. He added that Almendarez, used to be a ‘Ranger’ Prosecutor, a real heroine, a dreamer, an idealist.
Almendarez, elderly 39, used to be murdered Friday in Nacaome’s El Chagüite group. She used to be shot whilst she used to be opening the gate to her house when coming back from the gym at night time. According to uncorroborated resources, she used to be the sister of a high-ranking officer of the Honduran Armed Forces.
Deputy Jari Dixon of the ruling Libertad y Refundación birthday party and previous prosecutor condemned Almendares’ homicide on social media: They murdered prosecutor Karen Almendares in Nacaóme, my inner most condolences to her circle of relatives, Karen used to be my assistant when I used to be a prosecutor, how horrible, Dixon mentioned.
According to contemporary experiences, prison violence is leaving between 10 and 13 other people useless in Honduras on a daily basis.
Almendares’ homicide is the 3rd crime of this kind in Latin America in lower than a month. On May 10, Paraguayan prosecutor Marcelo Pecci used to be murdered in Colombia, whilst on May 25 Luz Marina Delgado used to be killed in Ecuador.
The Manta prosecutor and her assistant and fellow attorney Jeferson Mendoza have been shot useless probably for his or her paintings resulting in the arrest of Julia J. M. G., the consistent spouse of alias Gerald (Washington Prado), often referred to as the Ecuadorian Pablo Escobar, who used to be charged in Colombia and extradited to the United States. Three ladies were arrested in reference to Delgado’s crime.