The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests
For Immediate Release:
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What about the "Expedited and Prompt" Justice guaranteed in the Constitution?
Criminal Case has been ongoing for 4 years against the accused Carlos González González!
Civic Organizations and Victims of Sexual Abuse will unite to demand a resolution from the San Luis Potosi Courts in this ongoing case which has been on going for four (4) years! A call for justice for the four (4) underage girls who were allegedly abused by Carlos Gonzalez Gonzales, the Ex-Director of the Potosina Marianist Elementary Institute in San Luis Potosi.
About the Case:
§ It has been four (4) years since the case was opened
§ The criminal case exceeds 1400 days in process
§ The Case has been heard by four (4) Criminal Judges, three (3) Magistrates have intervened, as well as eight (8) Prosecutors
§ The Criminal Complaint consists of over 1000 pages
§ The accused, Carlos González González, has been criminally charged and is out on bail having to only sign in every month at the local magistrate office of the state in La Pila.
§ Carlos González González, is currently working as an Administrator at the sister school where he is accused of sexually abusing the girls, the Potosina Marianist Secondary Institute, working with teens.
We will be offering new information regarding the case as well as testimonies from experts in the field.
The Press Conference will be held on Tuesday, April 15th at 11:00 a.m. at "La Corriente Restaurant, " located at Avenue V. Carranza, corner with Uresti in the Historic Center of the City of San Luis Potosi, San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
Jose Bonilla Sada: SNAP Mexico Attorney and father of Victim in Mexico City, Mexico
Leticia Valdés Martel: Mother of Child sexually abused in the State of Oaxaca, Mexico
Aide Garcia Hernandez: Catholics for Free Choice (CDD-Mexico).
Joaquín Aguilar Méndez: Director of Survivors Network of Those Abuse by Priests in Mexico (SNAP-Mexico)
We hope to count with your presence, as well as a photo-journalist or camera crew.
For More Information, Please Contact:
Eric Barragan Burgueño, President/Founder of SNAP-Mexico at 0155 1993 3681
Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests