ENSENADA, Mexico, Jan. 24 (UPI) -- A Mexican man is demanding an apology from his government for posting his photo on a site of wanted drug traffickers.
Raul Inda Gonzalez, 28, an industrial engineer from Ensenada, fled to San Diego last week after the Mexican Attorney General's Office posted his picture and named him as Fernando Sanchez Arellano, reputed leader of the Arellano Felix cartel in Tijuana, The San Diego Union Tribune reported.
Now back in Ensenada, he said, "I feel everyone is looking at me, I feel ashamed, and I feel afraid. I want things clarified and my name cleared."
Inda said someone unknown got access to his Facebook page and posted his photographs on YouTube in 2009. He learned the government had his photographs after a relative called to tell him they had appeared on television.
The photos were taken down, and the agency has admitted the error, said Inda's attorney, Ricardo Sanchez Camacho. But Inda is not satisfied, and wants a public apology from the attorney general.
Inda has no beef with U.S. authorities since the Drug Enforcement Administration never linked his picture with the suspected trafficker.