Judge Federico Mosco Gonzalez has been involved in controversial cases of sexual abuse and gender violence, in which he determined to release the suspects and alleged perpetrators.
In early August, the newspaper The universal published the case of Agustin "N", a nephrologist, accused of raping a patient with end-stage renal failure.
According to the research folder CI-FSP / B / UI-B-2C / D / 04263 / 11-2018D03, Agustin "N" was 45 years old, he was a graduate of the Faculty of Medicine of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and worked in the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) and in the Iztapalapa General Hospital.
It was at the Iztapalapa hospital where the alleged rape of Wendy, one of his patients who suffered from end-stage renal failure, who was later denied medical service at the institution to prevent the woman from reporting the facts.
Agustin "N" was arrested and the case prosecuted on August 8. In the initial hearing, Federico Mosco Gonzalez, control judge of the Superior Court of Justice of Mexico City, imposed the precautionary measure of informal preventive detention, since the accusation that weighed on the doctor was the crime of aggravated accusation.
However, days later he changed his mind and decreed the freedom of Agustin "N", considering that there were not enough elements to link it to the process.
Since the night of Wednesday 27, in the social networks the case of April Cecilia Perez Sagaon, who in January was the victim of a beating caused by her husband, identified as Juan Carlos "N".
The woman reported the facts to the Attorney General's Office (PGJ) of Mexico City and the Public ministry presented to the implicated, who was linked to prosecution for the crime of attempted murder. That same judge of control determined the imprisonment of Juan Carlos Garcia, who was director of Amazon and currently worked for the company Elektra.
However, Judge Federico Mosco Gonzalez released the defendant 10 months after his arrest and imprisonment (November 2019). In the latter case, the PGJ announced that it will request Council of the Judiciary of Mexico City an investigation into the two control judges and the magistrate involved in the case.
On Monday, November 25, while hundreds of women protested against the gender violence in Mexico City, April Cecilia was the victim of an armed attack. The bullet impacts ended his life, when heading to the International Airport of Mexico City.
Federico Mosco Gonzalez attended elementary school at Ernesto P. Uruchurtu Public School secondary school at Public School No. 86, located in Iztapalapa; High School at Campus No. 5 of the UNAM; and the Law Degree, in the law School of the Maximum House of Studies.
The degree was taken between 1977 and 1981 and he presented his professional exam on June 12, 1985, with the theme: Resources and incidents of the civil process. Between 1999-2000 he studied the specialty in Criminal Procedure Law, in the National Institute of Criminal Sciences (Inacipe)
After some jobs in litigation offices, In 1987 he entered the Judicial Branch of the City of Mexicoor. He began with the positions of projection secretary of sentences and secretary of agreements. In 1999, by an opposition exam, he was appointed as Justice of the Peace, in the First Peace Court in criminal matters in the Federal District.
On January 27, 2012, when changing the name of the courts, he was appointed Judge of Control of the Criminal Accusatory System of Mexico City, attached to the Management Unit Number Twelve. He obtained ratification in office in March 2017.