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Repeatedly, we found that both civilian and military prosecutors fail to adequately investigate and prosecute cases in which there is compelling evidence of torture.

The Armed Forces have been joined in their efforts by thousands of officers from the newly reconstituted Federal Police, and more than 2, separate state and municipal police forces, though cooperation between these security forces is often limited or superficial.

Moreover, victims and their relatives are often told that the fact they suffered a human rights violation is proof in itself that they were involved in criminal activity.

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In line with internationally recognized legal principles, judges should place the burden of proof on prosecutors to demonstrate that confessions and other forms of evidence were obtained legally, rather than obligating victims to prove that they suffered torture or other abuses.

Human Rights Watch obtained credible evidence in 24 cases that security forces committed extrajudicial killings, and in most of these cases took ce to conceal their crimes. The officers present may well be those responsible for having inflicted any injuries.

From through the middle ofthere were more than 5, deaths related to organized crime in Chihuahua. He told Human Rights Watch he could not leave bed for a week because of the physical injuries he suffered, and could not work for over a month. Registration to the special electoral lists Article The pattern of abuse across these cases edcreto suggests that the incidents described were not isolated acts, but rather a practice followed by law enforcement officials before handing detainees over to prosecutors, who official police reports obtained by Human Rights Watch showed had carried out the arrests.


Lucino and Heriberto did not know where they were being taken. They also have an obligation to ensure that allegations of torture by criminal defendants and other victims are immediately reported to prosecutors, so that they can be investigated, or to directly order investigations in cases where there are signs of torture.

Victims described being driven around in vehicles, as well as taken to military bases, police stations, and other off-site detention facilities, where they were interrogated and subjected to abuse.

As they left, they were stopped by Juan Antonio Rocha Salazar, the subcommander of the investigative judicial police. Council of Nationality Article We want you to say what happened.


But implementation of the reform, which authorities have until to complete, has been sluggish, and the changes in law have yet to be translated into changes in practice. The Istanbul Protocol is an internationally recognized set of guiding principles to assess the physical and psychological condition of a potential victim of torture—and Mexico has committed to apply it in cases of suspected ill-treatment.

Transitional provision Article According to an incident report two military police officers later provided to state prosecutors, they were carrying out a patrol at 7: That the military is independently soliciting these tips and responding to them without civilian oversight or judicial authorization represents a significant and largely unappreciated expansion of its role in everyday public security operations.

Laguarda signed the confession around 8 p. They have used public displays of violence—from depositing severed heads in town squares to hanging mutilated bodies from overpasses—to sow terror, not only among their rivals, but also within the general population. It is during this interval of time that victims are most often subjected to torture, research by Human Rights Watch found. Another pick-up truck full of other police waited nearby.

The findings of these interviews were complemented by a range of official statistics obtained by Human Rights Watch. Establishment of one-stop services and other similar provisions. Administrative Council of E.


The national commission has also proven its capacity to marshal its findings into cogent recommendations, which assign responsibility for crimes to government officials and demand criminal investigations. Safeguarding – Installations Article In some cases, this proved an effective channel of acquiring official data, as citations in this report demonstrate.

Official documentation Article 6: Arrangement of ouster issues Article This cruelty is compounded by government officials who, even when all evidence points to the contrary, accuse their loved ones of having been targeted because they were criminals, and by the hollow efforts of authorities to investigate, which leave relatives feeling dispirited and powerless.

In others, however, the government bodies to which we directed our requests took months to respond, only to deny our requests on technical grounds or redirect our requests to other bodies, which in turn decreot us they did not have the information.

All that is said there is false, totally false. According to a representative of the Chihuahua State Human Rights Commission, Torrijos was released in September when a judge dismissed the charges against him based on those inconsistencies; nonetheless, the judge did not order an investigation into the crimes Torrijos said soldiers had committed, nor did prosecutors open one.

Seleccionar por Ascending Date of adoption Date of entry force Date of publication Country Subject Descending Date of adoption Date of entry force Date of publication Country Subject results 50 per page per page per page. According to the police officers who were detained, upon being transported to a building they did not recognize, they were tortured over many hours and in some cases days, and subjected to mock executions, waterboarding, beatings, asphyxiation, and electric shocks.