Mexican women protest after gruesome murder reignites debate over femicide

By | February 16, 2020

Mexican women protest after gruesome murder reignites debate over femicide
Mexican women protest after gruesome murder reignites debate over femicide
Pouring their outrage out on the walls, hundreds of furious protesters, hurled red dye and spray painted angry slogans on the facade of Mexico’s presidential Palace to denounce the rise of violin play against women. Ingrid escamilla, who was brutally murdered by her boyfriend. Angry demonstrators chanted the presses complicit as they marched on the offices of La prensa, a newspaper that published horrific photos of escamilla related corpse there, a hundred like Ingrid thousands, and they made her victim again when they published these photos.

Lopez obrador attempted to address these grievances and his morning press briefing, but failed to announce any concrete measures to combat Rising violence against women, any kind of violence, life of men and women of all human beings. In 2007, Mexico became one of the first countries to recognize them aside as a specific crime, but that hasn’t stopped shrimp and gender be violence in a nation where ten women are murdered each day.
Demonstrators daubed the words “femicide state” in blood-red on Mexico’s presidential palace on Friday, before marching in heavy rain to the offices of newspaper La Prensa to protest against the recent publication of a gruesome image of a murder victim.

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