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Monday 27 of May 2024

Daughter of Rosario Robles denounced more than 70 offenses against her mother at the US Embassy

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Rosario Robles is accused of improper exercise of public service, a crime that is not classified as serious crimes.

Marina Moguel, daughter of Rosario Robles, sent a letter to the United States ambassador to Mexico, Ken Salazar, in which she points out multiple irregularities in the criminal proceedings against her mother.

Moguel pointed out that more than 70 grievances have been registered against his mother throughout the two years and three months that he has been imprisoned.

“My mother faces an irregular process, since the State, over two years and three months, has fabricated evidence to justify a process that should have been released as established by Mexican law,” he said.

He also pointed out that the Control judges in charge of the case, Felipe de Jesús Delgadillo Padierna and Ganther Alejandro Villar Ceballos, have not acted in accordance with the law.

“For example, one of them is a relative of someone who has declared himself a political enemy of my mother, among other irregularities that have been documented and that add up to more than 70 offenses to date,” he assured.

The daughter of Rosario Robles even assured that it was perverted from the beginning by the Attorney General’s Office.

“It was perverted from the beginning by the Attorney General of the Republic, with the presentation of a false driver’s license, prosecuting a file without having set up the crime.”

In October of this year, the former Secretary of Social Development, Rosario Robles Berlanga, indicated that she was asked to indict former President Enrique Peña Nieto and former Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray in exchange for obtaining benefits in the legal process against them.

“There was a proposal, I don’t know if it came directly from the lawyer who at that time was following one of the cases, who specifically asked me to incriminate personalities from the previous government and of course I am not willing to incriminate anyone in situations that are absolutely false,” he said in an interview for journalist Héctor de Mauleón, from the Santa Martha Acatitla women’s prison.

After more than two years of being imprisoned, the FGR has not yet proven that Rosario Robles made improper use of public service.