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Serial rapist/killer Cesar Armando Librado Legorreta- The Flirty recaptured

March 6th 2012   ·   2 Comments

Serial rapist/killer Cesar Armando Librado Legorreta The Flirty recaptured They ask for jail time for Cesar Armando Librado Legorreta The Flirty

After the recapture of offenders, the Mexican governor, Eruviel Avila said he expects the suspected serial murderer is sentenced to life in prison

MEXICO CITY, March 4. – The Governor of the State of Mexico, Eruviel Villegas Avila, requested life in prison for Cesar Armando Librado Legorreta, The Cozy, who was recaptured yesterday.

“I hope that local and federal courts will allow us to be the first to punish a criminal with a life sentence in the State of Mexico is the least we can ask for this criminal,” said Avila.

In a video message just under two minutes, standing on his Twitter account, Avila Villegas said multihomicida arrest, accused of killing seven women in the State of Mexico and one in Mexico City, shows that the entity ” no impunity and go after the criminals, whoever they are. “

The governor said he offered to families of victims to go with all the force of law “and we’re showing.”

Avila said that the matter does not end with the recapture of femenicida, but are on the trail of the police allowed them to flee, “through negligence or corruption or whatever it was, we do also pay for this responsibility and this lack, “he said.

Finally, the Mexican governor congratulated the Attorney General of the State of Mexico, Alfredo Castillo, and his staff, “given his experience and intelligence enabled them to relearn the femicide“.

Possible for life imprisonment?

In announcing the details of the recapture of former minibus driver, the owner of the Attorney General of the State of Mexico (PGJEM), Alfredo Castillo, said that local law reforms recently approved, allow the authority judicial imposition of life in prison for the crime of femicide.

“In this administration passed a law reform under which the Attorney General may request the judicial imposition of prison life by the femicides,” said the official.

Castillo explained, in a press conference that the rearrest of The Cosy was conducted in a residential colony of Malinche, in Magdalena Contreras, DF.

The home is owned by a relative of the alleged femicide, who was cornered by a police operation implemented on site.

Librado Legorreta was delivered, he argued that he was injured and required medical attention.

Later he confessed that he escaped PGJEM facilities in Tlalnepantla, by jumping out a window of the office where he was sheltered.

He was injured when he fell, but managed to reach the homes of his relatives and had the support of several people who he told that he was fleeing a kidnapping.

Castillo said the alleged femicide, at the time of his capture, was shaved and had injuries to his right foot and lumbar spine, all he said, was the injuries were caused by the fall in his escape.

The Cosy was taken to hospital Doctor Nicholas St. John, in Toluca.

Librado Legorreta will undergo medical evaluation to determine if you are able to be admitted to the Prison or be available to the judge in the same hospital.

Arrested:

The Attorney General of the DF (PGJDF) arrested the alleged leaders of the criminal organization Hand-eyed, Marco Antonio Hernandez Garcia, Commander, and John Arthur Casas Rodriguez, The Holiday.

A criminal court judge granted the injunction for 30 days against both individuals and for the four individuals that were arrested.

Early yesterday morning elements Panel Response and Intervention (GERI) of the Police Research, the Center moved to the rootedness of the delegation PGJDF Azcapotzalco located north of Mexico City.

Five days of flight

Cesar Armando Librado Legorreta was arrested for the first time on 23 February by police ministerial Attorney General of the State of Mexico (PGJEM), although the State of Mexico authorities announced their detention until 27 February.

That same day, The Cosy , allegedly responsible for raping eight women, seven in the State of Mexico and one in the Federal District and of killing seven of his victims, yet he managed to escape with handcuffs and shackles on the feet.

The Cozy worked as a driver of a minibus with identification number 066, of Route 2 in the State of Mexico, which covered the course in Golden Valley Metro Chapultepec.

According to the modus operandi revealed by the Attorney Mexico State, the microbusero selected his victims when they came to his unit and addressed when left alone.

Through deceit, the serial murderer earned their trust and cheating to deflect the path of the minibus and sexually abusing them.

Attacks

Criminal history:

- In June 2010, committed his first rape. His victim survived the attack.

- One year after violating and murdering two women, one in Tlalnepantla and one in Cuauhtemoc.

- The November 26, attacks Delia White, whose body is left in Cuautitlan Izcalli.

- The body of Fidelia Ayala was found Dec. 25, in Lake Guadalupe.

- On December 31, a young woman was discovered 18 dead in Mexico-Queretaro highway: it was his sixth victim.

- On January 18, he met Patricia Briano, his last victim.

- On February 23, Edomex ministerial agents are stopped.

- On February 27, disclosed his capture and escape the same day.

A version of this column originally appeared in pikapvs.wordpress.com.

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  1. Cut the basters head off an get it over.





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