AMLO defends García Harfuch in the Ayotzinapa case; there is no evidence against him

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President Andrés Manuel López Obrador came to the defense of Omar García Harfuchformer Secretary of Security of Mexico City and candidate for the head of Government of Mexico City, pointing out that he did participate in public meetings headed by former attorney Jesús Murillo Karam, but is not involved in the disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa normalistas and there is no evidence against him either.

In its morning This Thursday, September 28, President López Obrador said that since we are in electoral times with a view to 2024 It seeks to use this “regrettable case” against adversaries or future candidateshence called not to politicize the matter and reiterated that his government will continue with the thorough investigation until it knows what happened to the 43 normalistas from Ayotzinapa.

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"What happens is that since we are in the electoral season, everything is already news for these purposes and we must clarify things as they are, not lie, not use these things to harm possible adversaries or competitors or other future candidates and not use a case as regrettable as that of the young people from Ayotzinapa who disappeared for political purposes,” he said.

The head of the Executive clarified that what Alejandro Encinas, undersecretary of Human Rights, commented during the presentation of the second report of the Commission for Truth and Access to Justice in the Ayotzinapa case Regarding García Harfuch, it is confirmed that He was in one or two meetings that were public and in which other federal and state officials were also present, but that does not mean that he can be tried, especially if there is no evidence.

“You cannot judge someone for having been in a meeting if there is no evidence other than that. It was in those meetings that it was decided to fabricate the crimes and the serious mistake was made of wanting to hide the facts and shelve the matter, from there it emerged that the boys had been taken to the Cocula garbage dump, they urgently needed to close the case," he commented.

“It would be necessary to see if there are elements that García Harfuch participated by tapping phones, so far, what I have seen there is nothing, other than participation in those meetings,” he pointed out.

López Obrador said that this is why Morena's candidate for the Head of Government of Mexico City appears in the investigation that is being carried out into the disappearance of the 43 normalistas from Ayotzinapa in events that occurred in September 2014.

“In the investigation that is being carried out (García Harfuch) appears and that is what Alejandro Encinas expressed, that there was a meeting of state and federal public officials, one or two, when the events happened, but they are now public meetings, There are even recordings of those who participated and that is what Alejandro Encinas was referring to, that the former Chief of Police was in one or both of those meetings,” he mentioned.

The president said that as part of the actions undertaken by his government to reach the truth of the Ayotzinapa case, the Former attorney Jesús Murillo Karam is detainedsince he was responsible for the investigation and one of those who constructed the so-called “historical truth” in which it was stated that the young people were murdered in the Cocula garbage dump and their remains incinerated and thrown into the river.

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Furthermore, another of those involved is Tomás Zerón de Lucio, former head of the Criminal Investigation Agency of the now Attorney General's Office of the Republic, who is wanted by the authorities and remains a fugitive in Israel. He pointed out that there was helped the release of those involved in the disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa normalistas for having carried out acts of torture to obtain confessions.

“Tomás Zerón is a fugitive in Israel and of course, protected here by members of the Judiciary because they are granting him protection. Imagine when there are images when he is directing torture actions and all of that is not only an inhuman, illegal act, no, but it helped those who were involved, as they were tortured, obtain their freedom,” he accused.

Undersecretary Alejandro Encinas announced yesterday that Zerón de Lucio obtained a suspension from a judge by which he is prohibited from referring to him as a torturer or insinuating that he applied acts of torture, which, he accused, is prohibited. tell the truth.

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