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Mexico

Federal Judge Vicente Antonio Bermúdez Zacarías Shot in State of Mexico

The judge was in a park when he was shot

Supreme Court takes a moment of silence to remember Judge Vicente Antonio Bermúdez Zacarías, photo: Cuartoscuro/Supreme Court
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1 year ago

Federal Judge Vicente Antonio Bermúdez Zacarías was killed by gunshot near his home in Metepec in the State of Mexico.

The judge was transported to a Mexican Social Security Institute hospital. Bermúdez Zacarías was District Court judge for appeals and civil judgements.

According the first reports, Bermúdez Zacarías was exercising in a park when he was shot in the head. Local, state and federal police rushed to the scene soon after.

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