Chemist Benítez Is Protected by Governor Rocha, Says Aguilar Colado

Monday 3 June, 2024
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*Enrique Inzunza manages the Prosecutor’s Office *There are others involved, he affirms The delay in the application of justice in the case of the former mayor of Mazatlán, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, is only understood by the protection and impunity offered to him by Governor Rubén Rocha Moya and the Secretary General of the Government, Enrique Inzunza, who actually manages the Prosecutor’s Office specialized in Sinaloasaid the lawyer and former director of the Government and the Mazatlán Legal Department, Antonio Aguilar Colado, in the interview. Interviewed at the end of Fernando Pucheta’s improvised press conference when he resigned from the PRI, Aguilar Colado indicated that former mayor Benítez Torres has many complaints, some of a criminal nature, but nothing happens. Apart from the complaints for the irregular purchase of vehicles, for which the chemist is already linked to the process, and for the acquisition of the lamps without bidding with Azteca Lighting, there are other demands for the authorization of many buildings and condominiums without complying with the construction standards. Time and time again, Aguilar Colado insisted on the “protection” of the chemist Benítez, although he acknowledged that there are others involved, the Acquisitions Committee, about whom nothing is known. “Benítez is protected so that he does not pay for the crimes committed, the crimes are being minimized and not given the importance they require.” In other questions, the lawyer said that another problem is that more than protecting Morena, the chemical affects that party from which it benefited. Mazatlán is under scrutiny for Benítez’s thefts.


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