Intern doctor in Durango suffers virtual kidnapping: this happened

Intern doctor in Durango suffers virtual kidnapping: this happened
  • A medical intern was the victim of a virtual kidnapping while performing his service in Santa María del Oro, Durango.
  • The young man, 25 years old, originally from Torreón, received a phone call that prompted him to follow instructions in the face of threats from criminals to attempt against his life and that of his family.
  • The crime happened last Monday, when they instructed him to buy a phone chip and lock himself in a hotel without anyone noticing.

Eric (N), medical intern of the Faculty of Health Sciences of the Juarez University of the State of Durango (UJED), was the victim of a virtual kidnappingwhile performing his service in Santa Maria del Oro, Durango.

The young man received a phone call that forced him to follow instructions

After an investigation carried out by El Sol de La Laguna, it was found out that the young man, 25 years old, originally from TorreónHe received a phone call that forced him to follow directions before the Threats from criminals to attempt against his life and that of his family.

The crime happened last Monday, when they instructed him to buy a phone chip and lock himself in a hotel Without anyone noticing.

Finally an amount was depositednot specified, in exchange for “leaving them alone”. Fortunately, the student is already home with his family.

His colleagues asked for greater guarantees for young people who finish their Medicine degree

It is worth mentioning that the Generation LXXII of said institution issued a statement in which they assured that he had been deprived of liberty.

“Through this, we express our disagreement and support for the events that have occurred in recent days, where a partner and colleague, who was performing his work as a Social Service Intern Physician, was deprived of his liberty in the community where he served.




“Given these facts, we demand that we be given information about the seat of the places that will be assigned to our generationwhat’s more we demand that these have the optimal security conditions to be able to developsince they have not provided us with relevant information about the registration process.”

The truth is that after the virtual kidnapping of the medical intern from Durango Greater guarantees are requested for young people who finish their Medicine degree and they must go out to communities to perform their service.

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What to do before a virtual kidnapping?

Tips:

  • Pay attention: these people usually pretend to be policemen, municipal inspectors or doctors.
  • Do not provide any data or information to the person who is calling you, about yourself, about any other member of your family, and even less about relatives who were absent at that time.
  • Ask for a landline (NOT a cell phone) to contact the presumed company or institution from which they are calling you in order to check the information.
  • If the call comes from a public telephone located in the prison, in many countries this circumstance is informed by a previous automatic message. Reject communication if you don’t have known people housed in a jail.
  • Do not fill out coupons with telephone data to strangers: whether in stores, cinemas, shopping centers or on the street.
  • Do not book numbers on your cell phone with the word “mommy” or “daddy”. Put names and you will avoid problems in case your cell phone is lost or stolen.

If you receive an extortion call:


• Cut the call: keep in mind that in case of accidents, the Police inform you personally.

• Remain calm and quickly call 911 (police emergency) reporting the details of the event. Police personnel can offer you advice and adequate containment.

• Make contact with the family member who is not at home and who is supposedly “kidnapped”.

• File the complaint with the police or judicial unit in your area. Extortion is a crime. Your duty as a citizen is to report it.

It is very important to get used to NOT GIVING ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION unless it is really necessary.

Taking care of your information can not only help you prevent extortion of this type, but also many other acts of insecurity.

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