Javier Burillo Azcárraga is accused of the death of his 11-year-old son in Mexico
The death occurred in a San Francisco bay while they were on a boat. The police accuse Javier Burillo Azcárraga of being under the influence of alcohol and driving in this way recklessly.
For now, the police accuse him as responsible for the accidental death of his son. However, the businessman has canceled a million dollars to get out of prison on bail, although it must be linked to the investigation.
Javier Burillo Azcárraga belongs to one of the most powerful clans in Mexico. Her family is the founder of Televisa and has several real estate projects in California.
Javier Burillo Azcárraga was in charge of calling the police, informing that his son was seriously injured by a maritime accident. The boat reportedly hit a wave and the boy and his other 27-year-old son fell off the boat. As they fell, they were hit hard by a ship's propeller, causing severe blows and cuts.
Javier Burillo Azcárraga's 11-year-old son did not survive the coup. Now he is accused of driving while intoxicated, causing voluntary harm to a minor and murder with a boat.
At the moment, the lawyers are trying to show that it was accidental. However, once Javier Burillo Azcárraga was captured, he paid a bail of one million dollars to be released.