Ángeles Cruz’s moving message after the murder of her brother

Ángeles Cruz’s requests soon had a great response from her followers.

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Ángeles Cruz lost her brother Román during an ambush in Oaxaca, and in the midst of this tragedy, the actress made a forceful call for justice in the midst of the mourning that both she and her family are experiencing.

According to reports in the Mexican press, Román Cruz died on the afternoon of November 22 after a bloody ambush took place in San Miguel El Grande, Oaxaca, which left a total of five dead.

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It was through his Instagram account that Ángeles Cruz confirmed this unfortunate news, and in the middle of its moving message, the actress too demanded the resignation of the governor of Oaxaca, Salomón Jarawhile denouncing the growing insecurity experienced in the entity.

ÁNGELES CRUZ AND HIS MESSAGE AFTER THE MURDER OF ROMÁN, HIS BROTHER

“I was there to pick up my brother and it was truly impossible to get out of there alive.”you hear him say angels cross in a video he uploaded during the funeral of his brother, Román:

“Mr. Governor, you told us that we were going to be safe, and today I am burying my brother.”

“They were massacred 300 meters from where the National Guard is”denounced the actress, who similarly detailed that all the victims were shot “with heavy caliber weapons.”

Ángeles Cruz, actress and activist, had harsh words for Governor Salomón Jara:

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Governor, you told us that we were going to be safe, and today I am burying my brother. Resign if you can’t handle the position. Resign if you can’t guarantee our lives. J.justice for Guadalupe Victoria, justice for San Miguel El Grande”, he pointed out, forcefully.

THIS IS WHAT AMLO SAID AFTER ANGELES CRUZ’S MESSAGE

After Ángeles Cruz’s strong message went around social networks, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador issued the following statements about the events that occurred in San Miguel El Grande, where Román Cruz died:

“It is a deeply felt problem that causes pain, clashes between communities and loss of life. What happened now in the Tlaxiaco region hurts us a lot,” said the President during one of his daily press conferences.