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VIDEO: Man dies after his parachute fails when jumping from a 29-story building

A son of Luis Donaldo Colosio Murrieta, murdered in 1994 when he was running for the presidency of Mexico, asked President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Monday for a pardon for Mario Aburto, his father’s confessed murderer.

“Appealing to the president’s compassion, I would say that it is better to pardon Mario Aburto (…), to put a final close to this matter, to allow both my family and Mexico to heal,” said Luis Donaldo Colosio Riojas, who currently serves as mayor of Monterrey, in northern Mexico.

The request comes three weeks after a judge rejected evidence presented by the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) against a “second” gunman supposedly involved in the crime, as revealed this Monday by the investigative body, which assures that this man acted with the complicity of the extinct National Research and Security Center (CISEN).

“All the evidence provided by the FGR, and especially the blood tests, demonstrate that the victim’s blood type was found on the clothing of said accused,” the FGR said in a statement, in which it announced that it will appeal. the judge’s decision.

Colosio was shot dead when he was a candidate of the then hegemonic Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) during a rally in Tijuana (Baja California state), bordering the United States, on March 23, 1994.

Aburto, 53 years old, is so far the only person imprisoned for the assassination that shook the country during the government of Carlos Salinas de Gortari (1988-1994), of the PRI.

According to the investigations, the man admitted to being Colosio’s murderer and having acted on his own. He was sentenced to 45 years in prison.

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Colosio Riojas asked “to leave this in the hands of another justice system, because the Mexican justice system was responsible at the time and today what we want is to turn the page and build something new.”

Last October, a court granted Aburto an injunction that invalidated his sentence, arguing that he should have been prosecuted based on the Baja California Penal Code and not the federal one.

In this regard, Colosio Riojas said that the Attorney General’s Office has not contacted his family and expressed his rejection of the issue being “handled” during election times.

«It is making noise unnecessarily. Because until now? Why always during election time? », He questioned her in reference to the presidential elections on June 2.

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