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World "The Three Deaths of Marisela Escobedo", the fight of a Mexican mother

12:55  30 october  2020
12:55  30 october  2020 Source:   liberation.fr

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A Mexican mother who campaigned for justice for her murdered daughter is shot dead in the northern state of Marisela Escobedo was shot dead by masked gunmen outside the state governor's office in "He confessed, he accepted guilt, and he revealed where the remains of Marisela 's daughter's

Unrelenting: Marisela Escobedo Ortiz, centre, breaks down after the man, Sergio Barraza, suspected of killing her daughter Rubi Marisol in 2008 is set free. She was gunned down demanding justice for her daughter.

Peu avant une manifestation-hommage à Marisela Escobedo, à Ciudad Juarez, en 2013. © Jose Luis Gonzalez Shortly before a demonstration-tribute to Marisela Escobedo, in Ciudad Juarez, in 2013. A documentary broadcast on Netflix looks back on the story of this woman murdered in 2010 in front of the palace of the governor of the State of Chihuahua. The one who saw the murderer of her daughter acquitted despite her confession had subsequently led a fierce fight to demand justice. Until paying the price.

Marisela Escobedo. The name of this mother, who paid with her life for her relentless fight for justice after the murder of her daughter Rubí in 2008, is regularly chanted in Mexico during demonstrations against feminicides. Young Mexicans have taken up the torch of her struggle. Some are so young that they did not see, at the time, the images of his assassination: a bullet in the head under the lens of the cameras of the palace of the governor of the State of Chihuahua, where Marisela Escobedo was demonstrating every evening. Images that still make you shudder.

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The murderer of activist Marisela Escobedo , Jose Enrique Jiménez Zavala, "The Wicked", died of a massive Marisela never gave up her fight for justice in her daughters case. With the deaths of Sergio Barraza Bocanegra, and Jiménez Zavala, Marisela posthumously attained some level of justice.

Then he confessed to killing activist Marisela Escobedo ! Her family calls him a scapegoat! Is he portraying himself as a victim of a bad childhood? Standing in front of the prosecutor, José Enrique Jiménez Zavala stares at his three three tattoos that somehow define his personality.

Ten years after the events, the documentary "The Three Dead by Marisela Escobedo", a Netflix production, looks back on the exceptional trajectory of this woman with unwavering determination. The film reconstructs the unbearable escalation of injustice and impunity into which Escobedo was drawn, until his death. The documentary opens with a premonitory phrase uttered by this nurse, mother of five, shortly before her execution: "I am no longer afraid of anything, nor of death." The story takes place in Ciudad Juárez, a town accustomed to the disappearances and murders of women since the 1990s. Marisela is looking for her daughter, Rubí, 16. The mother and her son lead the investigation, hunt across the country and track down Rubí's ex-boyfriend, who is overwhelmed by testimony. Arrested, the man leads the police to the dump where he burned Rubí's body. During his trial, he asks Escobedo for forgiveness. Nothing helps: three judges acquit him. Marisela leaves the courtroom screaming in pain under their silly gazes.

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The images "shocked Mexicans over the impunity of the killers." The day after Escobedo 's execution, a lumber yard operation in Juárez owned by her relatives

A Mexican woman who spent two years fighting to bring her daughter's killer to justice was Marisela Escobedo Ortiz. Gunmen Kill Mother Protesting Daughter's Murder. The man suspected of killing the teen—her live-in boyfriend, Sergio Barraza—was released in April after three judges cited a lack

"If he wants to kill me, let him do it here in front of the seat of power"

The images of Ciudad Juárez at dusk are distressing. Anger is mounting. Escobedo walks tirelessly through the streets of the city, with poise and dignity: she walks naked, dressed only in the portrait of her daughter and a black hat. The murderer's acquittal is overturned by justice, but he is on the run. Rubí's executioner has entered the nets of a powerful criminal group, the Zetas, and the police explain to the family that a possible arrest must be approved. In 2010, Marisela Escobedo began sittings in front of the palace of the governor of the state of Chihuahua, César Duarte, who was irritated by the public arrests of this mother. She receives death threats from Rubí's murderer. "If he wants to kill me, let him do it here in front of the seat of power," she said. On December 16, 2010, the omen becomes reality. The police, never by his side until then, escorted his body to Ciudad Juárez. Rubí's murderer is subsequently killed in a clash with the military. For the governor, who rubs his hands, the two cases are closed at once.

In Mexico, the figure of the mother is exalted, venerated. On December 12, thousands of worshipers will pay homage to the Supreme Mother, the patroness of Latin America, the Virgin of Guadalupe. But these angry mothers, who talk about their murdered daughters, are annoying, screaming mothers for power. They even disturb the Mexican president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who refuses, to this day, to receive them.

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