Assassins of businessman Martín Rodríguez would have fled to Edomex after direct attack on Naples: FGJ of CDMX

Ulises Lara López, from the capital's FGJ, and Martín Rodríguez, businessman killed in cabbage.  Naples (Photo: special) Ulises Lara López, from the capital’s FGJ, and Martín Rodríguez, businessman killed in cabbage. Naples (Photo: special)

The spokesman for the Attorney General’s Office (FGJ) of Mexico City, Ulises Lara López, reported on Saturday afternoon in a press videoconference the progress of the investigation of the shooting that took place on January 22 in the Naples neighborhood. , Benito Juárez mayor’s office, where two people died: businessman Martín Rodríguez Sánchez and David González, the member of the Banking and Industrial Police (PBI) who served as his bodyguard.

First, the official confirmed that it was a direct point-blank attack on Rodríguez Sánchez. It indicated that at the scene of the events, between Dakota and Georgia streets, three deformed bullets and 21 casings struck, caliber 9 millimeters.

According to reports from the Investigative Police (PDI) and the images obtained from C2 cameras, after the attack, the two alleged assailants fled on a black motorcycle to the State of Mexico, possibly in the direction of the municipalities of Nezahualcóyotl or the Kings of Peace.

For this reason, FGJ has established coordination with its Mexican counterpart, in order for it to provide its full support.

Furthermore, Lara López revealed that the FGJ is investigating the possible relationship between the corporation headed by Rodríguez Sánchez, with a shell company that was hired by the Ministry of Finance, during the administration of the former head of government of Mexico City, Miguel Ángel Mancera 2012-2018).

“In order to improperly provide you with an external consulting service that you did not require. To do this, it maintains coordination with different government instances ”, he explained.

To identify possible links between the corporate, chaired by one of the victims and the company or office created, to which the Ministry of Finance paid 406 million pesos, in 2018, to recover the Income Tax (ISR).

More information in development.