The body of the comrade arrived this Saturday in El Salvador on a flight from Cancun, Mexico. “It’s hard to digest,” said Victoria’s family, who was killed by Mexican police when she was arrested.
On Saturday morning, the remains of Victoria Salazar arrived at the international airport “Scar Arnulbo Romero” and then taken to Sonzonate to be monitored by her family. Victoria was assassinated on March 27th Four policemen in Quintana Roo, Toulouse, Mexico.
The coffin with the remains of the 36-year-old woman arrived on a plane in El Salvador and the victim’s mother, Rosiebel Ariasa, and Victoria’s two daughters Minor were traveling.
Alfonso Olivares, Victoria’s father, made brief statements to the media moments after receiving his daughter’s remains at Sunsonet. Oliver said the family was shocked by the murder of Victoria, who had a visa to live as an immigrant in Mexico, and was trying to ease the pain.
Victoria’s body was preserved and then a comprehensive care and protection protocol was transferred to the funeral. Video EDH / Jonathan Tobias – Illustrative and Commercial Video / Courtesy CiroGomezL
“It’s hard to digest, it brings a lot of mixed emotions, a lot of pain, a lot of turmoil,” Victoria’s father told different media outside the funeral home.
Oliverus assured that the family was unaware that Victoria had misbehaved with her current partner because she had never commented, and now they are aware of it through various publications in the national and international media.
“Until this moment we realize it’s in the news, we knew nothing before that. We do not know, we know he works in Mexico, but everything is new to us,” he said.
Victoria’s body is buried in the funeral home of Maria Auxiliadora in Sunsonate. Since they have to check the condition of Victoria’s two daughters, there is an extensive security system outside the place, there were organizations like the National Council for Children and Adolescents (GONA).
He will be buried in the San Antonio de Monte Cemetery in Victoria Sunsonate.
Mexican President Manuel L லpez Obrador spoke at a news conference on March 29, in which he asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture. It fills with grief, pain, and shame. He said four Tulum police officers, a woman and three men, were already involved in criminal activities.
“There will be no punishment,” the Mexican president said.
The victim’s family shouted that he should not be punished for his death and that the government of Salvador is helping him.
In Mexico, four police officers will be jailed in connection with the murder of Salvador.