MEXICO CITY (appro).- A control judge ordered the link to the process of Josué Elías “N”, alias “El Gemelo”, for the crime of violation of the Federal Law on Firearms and Explosives, but not for his alleged material responsibility in the homicide of the Indian citizen that occurred on August 19 when he was driving over the Viaduct, after exchanging currency at the Mexico City International Airport (AICM).
According to the MVS Noticias internet portal, during the continuation hearing in the oral chambers of the Superior Court of Justice of Mexico City (TSJCDMX), Josué Elías “N” and his partner, Jennifer Yolanda “N”, were accused of the crime of Violation of the Federal Law on Firearms and Explosives and against health, in the modality of drug dealing for supply purposes.
However, the judge determined not to qualify as “legal” the arrest of Josué Elías “N” regarding the crime of bribery, related to the homicide of the foreigner.
The defendant will remain deprived of his liberty in the Northern Men’s Preventive Prison and Jennifer Yolanda “N”, in the Santa Martha Acatitla Women’s Center for Social Reintegration.
According to the same reports, the Mexico City Attorney General’s Office (FGJCDMX) will continue with the integration of the investigation folder for the homicide of the Indian citizen, so that the Public Ministry requests the corresponding arrest warrant against Josué Elías. “N.”
On Thursday, August 31, Josué Elías “N”, alias “El Gemelo”, was arrested in the company of his girlfriend Jennifer Yolanda “N” during a search carried out in the Morelos neighborhood of the Cuauhtémoc mayor’s office. He was accused of being the material author of the homicide of the registered Indian citizen on August 19, according to the head of the Secretariat for Citizen Security (SSC), Omar García Harfuch.
Authorities also identified him as the alleged leader of a criminal cell dedicated to monitoring, intercepting, and assaulting people who exchange currency at the AICM.
The defendant and Jennifer Yolanda “N”, who is not accused of participating in the crime, were seized with 660 doses of drugs.
The same day of his capture, according to the newspaper El Universal, capital authorities intercepted a call from Josué “N” in which he confessed to his brother Caleb “N”, who is in prison, that he fired the weapon at the citizen Indian for a reason: “that guy didn’t want to give me the money.”
After the alleged confession, Caleb “N” congratulates his brother and tells him: “Brother, get real, carnal.”
Homicide of Indian citizen
On Saturday, August 19, at 11:21 a.m., an Indian citizen, in the company of another person, was intercepted when they were traveling on the Miguel Alemán Viaduct by four individuals aboard two motorcycles, after going to an AICM exchange office.
The attackers assaulted them and one of them shot the driver, who died at the scene. Two days after the crime, the Indian embassy in Mexico demanded that the Mexican authorities capture those responsible for the homicide “as soon as possible.”