Armando, Cindy Marisol, and Alberto Canché Canché, three out of eight siblings, will file a complaint with the Superior Court of Justice to denounce the alleged favoritism and undue influence of Hermelinda Canché Canché, a judge in the Prosecution Office and their relative. She is attempting to wrongfully claim ownership of a property that was already divided among all of them nearly a decade ago.
The affected parties stated that the issue began in 2015 when their sister, Hermelinda Canché Canché, tried to evict them from the land. As a result, the siblings suspect that she has connections within the judicial system, as the problem has not been resolved to date.
The complainants claim that since 2015, they have faced harassment from their relative, who constantly asserts her “influence” over others. They also mentioned that she fraudulently managed to put the property under her name through the protection and manipulation of her colleagues in the Prosecution Office.
Additionally, they presented a copy of a document dated March 2015, signed by the parents of the siblings, Crescencio Canché Puc and his late wife, Fulgencia Canché Couoh. In the document, the parents testified that the lawyer misused the property deeds to transfer them to her name.
The affected parties indicated that the Prosecution Office refuses to consider their arguments and evidence, even when submitted in a timely manner. However, the lawyer’s lies and false testimonies are accepted, even when presented later.
They are requesting the intervention of the Attorney General of the State of Yucatán to become aware of the situation. They believe it is unfair for public officials responsible for dispensing justice to take only one side.
They also warned that their sister is trying to make people believe that she resides in the disputed property, located on 16th Street, between 19th Street, in the Fernando Novelo neighborhood when she actually lives in the Zaciabil subdivision.
Furthermore, the witnesses she has are her own siblings who support her in selling the property and dividing it among themselves, although it is legally inappropriate to accept relatives as witnesses in the Prosecution Office. However, they accepted them because she works there, the dissatisfied parties concluded.