A judge gave custody to the three persons arrested for their alleged role in the execution of the mayor of Temixco, Gisela Mota.
++ In a video, the minor admits that participated in the execution of the mayor, Gisela Mota.
In an apparent municipal police interrogation, the young confirms that behind the crime is the criminal group Los Rojos, to which it belongs.
++ The Prosecutor investigates the Guerrero state police agent, Francisco Javier Gomez Hernandez, after his weapon charge and official plaque were in the car carrying the arrested for the murder of the mayor of Temixco.
++ The United Nations demanded that the Mexican government act swiftly and investigate the murder of the mayor of Temixco, Gisela Mota, gendered, and capture, prosecute and punish the intellectual and material authors.
++ The PRD paid tribute to his partner Gisela Mota, mayor of Temixco, Morelos.
In the posthumous tribute, Anastasio Solis, who was his campaign manager in 2015, the mayor refused to meet with members of organized crime.
++ The president of the organization Common Cause, Maria Elena Morera, charged that at different levels, state governments fail to work professionalization and training of the police, despite agreements with the Federal Government.
++ On Wednesday, the drug trafficker Edgar Valdez, “La Barbie”, will plead guilty to drug trafficking and money laundering charges, his lawyer William Park in Atlanta, Georgia, where the hearing will be held.
The charges against them are conspiracy to distribute cocaine, exporting and importing cocaine and money laundering.
“Barbie” would face a maximum sentence of life imprisonment without parole.
++ In solemn session, they took over the new ministers of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, Standard and Javier Pina Laynes, for a period of 15 years, replacing the ministers Olga Sanchez Cordero and Juan Silva.
The new members of the Court agreed to hold office at the height of the circumstances.
++ The peso continues to depreciate against the dollar.
The dollar was sold at 17.65 pesos, five more expensive than Monday cents.