Wilner Metelus, social researcher and president of the Citizen's Committee for the Defense of Naturalized and Afro-Mexicans (CCDNAM) demanded justice for the murder of a Haitian man in a shooting that took place one block from the Swap Meet in Las Carpas Viejas, located at 5 y 10.
Through Twitter, Wilner condemned the crime and called for an investigation by the authorities.
Terrible - Les informo asesinan a un haitiano ayer a la 1h pm, a una cuadra de Swap Meet en Tijuana. Condeno el asesinato de hermano haitiano.Exijo una investigación exhustiva por el caso de hermano haitiano asesinado en Tijuana.¡Basta ya! ¡ No más sangre!— wilner metelus (@wilnermetelus) July 20, 2020
The incident occurred last Saturday around 1 p.m. on Dátiles Street in Lilas neighborhood. The reasons for the shooting have yet to be determined, it left one man with a gunshot wound who had to be taken to the hospital, while the deceased was left lying on the pavement.
Estoy indignado, el silencio total de tres niveles de gobierno, sobre asesinatos de migrantes haitianos y africanos.En mėxico, matar un ser humano no es un delito.Mėxico, país de impunidad e injusticia.Exigimos, justicia para nuestros hermanos migrantes haitianos y africanos. pic.twitter.com/T1uv72sSTM— wilner metelus (@wilnermetelus) July 17, 2020
Five bullet shells were found at the site, as well as a car that had been hit by the shots.
So far, the authorities have not been able to arrest anyone related to these assaults.
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