Alejandro Encinas, Undersecretary for Human Rights, Population and Migration of the Ministry of the Interior, reported that another 24 accused of the disappearance of the students from Ayotzinapa.
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The undersecretary explained that in total there are more than 120 acquittal freedoms, issued by Judge Samuel Ventura Ramos, whom he described as being in favor of the accused.
Once again, Judge Samuel Ventura Ramos released 24 defendants for the disappearance of the students from #Ayotzinapa.
This adds up to more than 120 acquittal freedoms issued by this judge in favor of defendants.
– Alejandro Encinas (@A_Encinas_R) September 21, 2022
Through another tweet, he added that the criminal case was opened at the beginning of 2018.
He requested that the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) challenge the decision.
Undersecretary Encinas also reported that a judge issued a formal arrest warrant for General José Rodríguez Pérez for organized crime, as he was allegedly related to the Ayotzinapa case, when he was commander of the 27th Infantry Battalion.
On September 15, José Luis Abarca, former mayor of Iguala, Guerrero, from which the 43 Ayotzinapa students disappeared in 2014, his then chief of police, and 18 other people implicated in the case were acquitted of participating in the events for lack of evidence, as determined by federal judge Samuel Ventura.
Alejandro Encinas, undersecretary of the Interior and president of the Truth Commission that is investigating the disappearance of students from the Normal Rural School of Ayotzinapa, in Guerrero, lamented the decision of Judge Samuel Ventura Ramos and, through Twitter, trusted that the The Attorney General’s Office appealed what it called “this unfortunate act of impunity.”
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