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Mexico

Bodyguard Who Assaulted Youth Found Dead

Bodyguard of businessman Alberto Sentíes, popularly known as "Lord Ferrari", left alleged posthumous letters

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2 years ago

The Attorney General’s Office (PGJ) of Mexico City informed that on Thursday afternoon the dead body Sergio González Ibarra, of 38 years of age, was found inside a hotel room located in the municipality of Atizapán de Zaragoza, in the Sate of Mexico.

According to the PGJ, González arrived at the hotel on March 16 of this year and was registered under another name.

Among González’s clothing two handwritten pages were found on the subject of the declaration he made on the events of the 11th of March, when the bodyguard assaulted a young man on the Tlalpan viaduct.

The results of the necropsy concluded that the man died of a myocardial infarction.

“The former will have to be confirmed by DNA tests and the collection of fingerprints, as wells as well as by graphology experts”, the PGJ stated.

The alleged, posthumous letter written by Sergio González Ibarra found on the web. Photo: Twitter.

An alleged, posthumous letter written by Sergio González Ibarra found on the web. Photo: Twitter.

The PGJ said it would work in coordination with its State of Mexico counterpart to corroborate information and continue the investigation.

Bodyguard Sergio González Ibarra wrote, in his posthumous letters, that the businessman Alberto Sentíes, now popularly known as “Lord Ferrari”, ordered him to assault the young driver in Tlalpan.

“Friday 11/03/16. At 14 hours, after leaving the office taking the direction of the Picacho-Ajusco highway, reaching the junction of the Tlalpan viaduct, a white van stood got in the way of the Ferrari of mister Alberto Sentíes, which he was driving, and being 14:30 at the time he gave the order through radio transmitter to get the driver out of his van, and since he refuses and attempts to evade us, the van driver is told to call his insurance, he doesn’t listen and due to traffic cannot escape…”

Then I see nothing is covered, he just left me with all the blame, because he gives the order to hit the driver and when he sees its being taped he says to leave him alone. Its not fair what the news are saying.”
-Sergio González Ibarra. Bodyguard of Alberto Sentíes.

“Shortly afterwards, mister Sentíes calls me and says that the its better if he meets me at his home, I arrive to his home to sign my resignation from the company whose address is on Picacho-Ajusco and another that was with him, a guard, tells me not to be afraid, he’s got everything covered. Then I see nothing is covered, he just left me with all the blame, because he gives the order to hit the driver and when he sees its being taped he says to leave him alone. Its not fair what the news are saying.”

LÁZARO GONZÁLEZ AND JUAN CARLOS SEGUNDO

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