Pastorela in the Santa Martha Prison ends in an escape attempt; There are two detainees – El Sol de México

Two subjects were arrested this Saturday afternoon inside the Santa Martha Acatitla Women’s Social Reintegration Center, after being identified as possible accomplices in the escape attempt of a person deprived of libertyan evasion that did not materialize.

According to information confirmed by the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC) of Mexico City, two subjects, one 33 years old and the second 79 years old, were detained as likely responsible for trying to remove an inmate from the penitentiary center.

The SSC stated that the person deprived of liberty who tried to escape faces charges for the crime of femicide by knife, and according to unofficial information, This is a 30-year-old woman arrested on August 8 inside a beauty salon in Polanco.

Some versions of relatives of inmates who were evicted after the activation of the “black code” or the escape attempt during the visiting day at the Santa Martha prison, a “tocho-flag” game was also held inside, as well as a pastorela and other Christmas activities organized by prison authorities, in coordination with some civil associations.

“The prison security personnel were alerted that said person had entered the restrooms,” reads the SSC statement, at which time it is presumed that the inmate entered wearing men’s clothing and even a wig. with which he tried to “disguise” himself to try to free the checkpoints.

The SSC specifies that it was “through monitoring with the video surveillance camera system” that the escape was prevented, in addition to the arrest of two subjects, presumed to be the inmate’s father and boyfriend, who They would have provided him with pants and a shirt, as well as a wig.

Although it has not been confirmed by the SSC or the Secretary of Government of Mexico City, It is presumed that a second inmate similarly attempted to escape, bypassing at least two checkpoints cwith the use of a “Green Goblin” costume.

Originally published in The Press

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