María del Pilar Montes de Oca published violent comments about what happened in the attack in which nine members of the LeBarón family were killed.
María del Pilar Montes de Oca Sicilia was dismissed as Director-General of Editorial Algarabía according to a statement issued by the editorial board itself and signed by the publisher's partners, Érika Juárez, Victoria García and Fernando Montes de Oca.
The decision stemmed from the comments posted by Montes de Oca, a doctor of linguistics, via his Twitter account prior to the November 4 attack, in which nine members of the LeBarón family six of them were minors, killed by members of organized crime.
It will be Érika Juárez Jiménez until now the administrative director, who takes the place occupied by Montes de Oca.
In short, the Algarabía partners endorsed their commitment that " the basic values and goals of the journals: dissemination of culture in the greatest sense, promotion to reading, dissemination of science, promotion of education, healthy fun, the diversity of ideas and constructive dialogue. "
Press Release: pic.twitter.com/3cr0GcOVtV
̵1; Algarabía Magazine (@algarabia) November 9, 2019
" I don't even have that much grief #LeBaronFamily " wrote Pilar Montes de Oca. Users on social networks began to criticize and question the position of the former editor of Algarabía.
She continued to send violent comments where she played down the cruel events recorded in the border area between Sonora and Chihuahua. " To these güeyer were cursed criminals, abusers and I am not sorry that they were killed."
One day before the decision on editorial Algarabía was announced, Montes de Oca issued a "public apology", which he titled the message on Twitter.
"I want to apologize for my tweets about the murder of the LeBaron family, because they made me a <
Public apology pic.twitter.com/2M2pjSkDbJ
– Pilar Sicilia (@palabrafilica) November 7, 2019