The feminist platform I believe in you in Cuba criticized the “lack of institutional transparency” in the case of woman whose body was found on January 19 at a bus stop in the neighborhood of San Agustín, in La Lisa, and urged the family to request a proper investigation.
“We encourage his family to report and ask for a proper investigation, for justice and also for the safety of those who can save him and the safety of the citizen in general,” stated YoSíTeCreo in Cuba on social networks.
“The lack of transparency in the institution and misinformation that has increasingly produced many false profiles about violent events reported by citizens.are factors that hinder adequate and non-victimizing reporting of femicides and other acts of various forms of sexual violence,” criticized the platform.
The aforementioned source added that the testimony of “various verified personal sources They made the San Agustín case the first of the year where access to the police report was required, to determine whether it was a feminicide or not.“.
Feminist platforms remind the government that access to public information is a right and in this case specifically about the growing incidence of violence in Cuban society.
Due to the lack of data to verify the aforementioned case as a femicide, currently the record remains at five and the death of a woman in La Lisa is included as a case that requires access to the police investigation.
In the morning hours last Friday, the lifeless body of a woman was found, who was said to have been hacked. The discovery took place at a bus stop near a farm market in the neighborhood of San Agustín, in the Havana town of La Lisa.
A shocking fact is that the woman’s body is sitting in a position that leads people passing by to think that she is alive, according to witness reports that have spread online.
Official profiles on social networks such as “Elizabeth Gutiérrez” or “Mauro Torres” immediately appeared to support the theory of suicide, which was immediately rejected by witnesses and family members.
On Facebook, Zaidelin Enamorado Gutiérrez – who said he is the victim’s niece – requested that the woman’s ex-husband be investigated in connection with the case. He said that his aunt’s name was Irma and that she lived in Havana with her daughter and grandson, leaving her ex-partner in Oriente, who was a drunkard.
“She sold her house in the Orient, and when her husband found out she went to Havana supposedly to visit, we didn’t know why, because my aunt was no longer with her and she didn’t want her everyone’s side,” he explained. the young woman, who added that apparently the man was looking for his aunt to talk to.
On Friday morning the woman left the house and said nothing to her daughter. The woman was found dead hours later.
“By this I mean that they will investigate the ex-husband who must still be in Havana or has already left,” concluded Enamorado Gutiérrez, who lives in Madrid.