Judges blamed for paralysis in Ayotzinapa case; Truth Commission renders report
Alejandro Encinas accused the Judiciary of preventing the truth about the disappearance of the 43 normal students from being known.
The Undersecretary of Human Rights of the Segob stated that in the investigations into the case he faces harassment from judges, who use different criteria to distort the investigations and release those allegedly responsible.
Before presenting the second report of the Truth Commission for the Ayotzinapa Case, which he chairs, he indicated that he was notified of a suspension granted by a CDMX court to Tomás Zerón.
The appeal prevents Encinas from referring to the former head of the Criminal Investigation Agency as a “torturer” or from implicating him in the construction of the so-called historical truth.
The report concludes that the 43 students were handed over by Guerrero police to Guerreros Unidos, a criminal group that was responsible for depriving them of their lives and disappearing them, with the support or omission of local police and federal agents, which constituted a state crime.
“They forbid me to tell the truth”
Alejandro Encinas, Undersecretary of Human Rights of the Segob, complained about a protection in favor of Tomás Zerón so as not to be called a “torturer.”
The Undersecretary of Human Rights of the Ministry of the Interior (Segob), Alejandro Encinas Rodríguez, blamed the Judiciary for inhibiting him from telling the truth about the disappearance of the 43 normal students from the Isidro Burgos Rural Normal School, nine years ago.
As a preamble to the presentation of the Second Report of the Truth Commission for the Ayotzinapa Case (CoVAJ), which he presides, Encinas announced the receipt of an injunction from the Seventh District Court on administrative matters of Mexico City, in favor of the former head of the Criminal Investigation Agency, Tomás Zerón de Lucio, to stop being accused of being a “torturer” or having created the so-called Historical Truth.
“…where I am prohibited from telling the truth. “This is a paradoxical issue in the life of our country, the president of the Truth Commission is instructed not to tell the truth.”
He affirmed that the CoVAJ faces harassment from the Judiciary, whose judges use different criteria to distort investigations and release those allegedly responsible.
Nine years after the events that occurred between September 26 and 27, 2014, Encinas acknowledged that the investigation into the disappearance of the normalistas could last for years, despite the fact that the CoVAJ concludes its work in the middle of next year.
“We will define the mechanism for continuity of the Ayotzinapa case, by the FGR and the search agencies in the face of the change of government,” he indicated.
Delivered by authorities
The CoVAJ concluded in the second investigation report that the 43 students were handed over by Guerrero police to the Guerreros Unidos criminal organization, which killed them and disappeared with the support or omission of local police and federal agents, which constituted a state crime. .
Encinas explained that in total there are 434 relevant actors identified, 70 detained and released by judges, 132 remain imprisoned, among them the former attorney Jesús Murillo Karam, the former head of the Special Unit in Crimes against Kidnapping of the PGR, two generals of the Army, 71 police officers and 41 members of Guerreros Unidos.
51 arrest warrants are about to be completed and three extradition requests are still valid, for Tomás Zerón who is in Israel and whom the undersecretary called “the unmentionable”, in addition to Abraham “N” and Ulises “N”, both in the United States.
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