Ex-military suspect in the Ayotzinapa case arrested | News
Mexican authorities announced that ex-soldier Francisco Narváez Pérez was detained in Querétaro by the Attorney General's Office (FGR), for being allegedly related to the disappearance and kidnapping of 43 students from the Isidro Burgos Rural Normal School, in Ayotzinapa in the state of warrior.
A general linked to the Ayotzinapa case is arrested in Mexico
In this sense, said authorities specified that a federal judge ordered his arrest for his possible responsibility in the disappearance of the students on the night of September 26, 2014.
Local media confirmed that Francisco Narváez Pérez was discharged from the Army in October 2015, one year after the disappearance of the students. Meanwhile, the platforms indicated that Francisco Narváez Pérez was located in the Centro neighborhood in the city of Querétaro.
On July 11 at 01:51 a.m. the capture took place on Ignacio Zaragoza Oriente street, between Luis Pasteur street and Corregidora Sur street, outside Alameda Hidalgo.
With his capture, there are ten soldiers detained by the Mexican Attorney General's Office, although others remain to be found.
The judge of the Second District in Federal Criminal Proceedings based in Toluca, Raquel Ivette Duarte Cedillo, ordered the apprehension of 16 soldiers from the 27th and 41st Infantry Battalions in Iguala, Guerrero last June.
For its part, the Desinformémonos platform reported on June 14 that “the attempt by the military to hide its own investigation is part of a pattern: from the outset, the armed forces have repeatedly blocked efforts to get to the bottom of what It happened with the students, as denounced by the lawyers of the families of the victims and the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (GIEI)”.
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