The Office of the Attorney General of the State of Aguascalientes started a investigation of leakage and dissemination of images in lifeless bodies of the magistrates Jesus Ociel Baena Saucedo and your partner Dorian Daniel Nieves in his residence.
The opening of the research folder happened after the outrage expressed by groups in the LGBTIQ+ community before the publication of photographs of the corpses, in addition to death certificate of the magistrate.
The photos were widely circulated on social networks, violating the secrecy of the investigation.
The Aguacalientes Prosecutor’s Office assured that Dorian Daniel allegedly killed his romantic partner and then took his own life, all with razor blades.
This version of events already rejected by the relatives and acquaintances of Ociel Baena, as well as groups in the LGBTIQ+ community.
“are lies, They are very calm, very peaceful people, they love each other very much, there is nothing wrong with them … that is not true, they just arrived from their trip to Oaxaca, we talked to them when we arrived from the airport”They are both happy… not true, my parents are always watching them,” said the magistrate’s brother during the wake.
Also, the activist Majo Flores, president of APPS Puebla, told the media that in the photos it was seen that Ociel Baena He had a knife in his left handbecause his dominant hand is his right hand.
The leak violates Article 183 of the State Penal Code, which establishes penalties up to 3 years imprisonment for disseminating lifeless bodies without permission from families or authorities.
In addition, Article 225 of the Federal Penal Code, known as Ley Ingridpunishes crimes against the administration of justice, especially the leaking of images of victims of violence.
The Ingrid Law arose from the case of Ingrid Escamilla, a young victim of femicide whose graphic images were leaked to the media and widely circulated on social networks in February 2020. The outrage led to the creation of a stricter legal framework to punish the unauthorized dissemination of graphic images of victims of violent crimes.