Jesús Hernández Radilla, alias "El Negro" boss of the Cártel del Pacífico Sur (CPS), and Jorge Luquin have been identified as the killers of the son of Javier Sicilia, announced his lawyer, Julio Hernandez.
Attorney General's Office, through the National of Rewards, will announce today the amount of reward offered for information leading to the capture of criminals.
Hernandez explained that in yesterday's meeting "with the Attorney General's Office, Marisela Morales, the governor of Morelos, Marco Antonio Adame, the local prosecutor, Luis Benítez Pedro Vélez, and the Deputy Attorney General, together agreed that now was the right time to release this information, and photographs to the National System of Rewards.
When questioned about the amount of rewards he responded that he did not know the amount although he explained that it was substantial amount in the reward "to encourage citizens to provide information on the suspects."
He also said that the authorities assured him that "these tips from sources are very safe, they are what they tell me, that there is no risk."
Hernandez said that the board that determines the amounts met this morning.
Im respect to investigations of the case, he said authorities already have general information of the geographical place where the crime occurred which is of course different from the place the where they found the victims and the place is said to be located on the edge of the city of Cuernavaca and in the town of Jiutepec as possible region where the crime was committed and it's expected that in the next coming days they will have the specific location."
On March 28, seven people were found dead inside a van abandoned in the highway Autopista del Sol, at the edge Las Brisas, in the town of Temixco, Morelos. Among the victims was Juan Francisco Sicilia Ortega, son of poet and writer.