The day that Murillo Karam also denied that the Army participated in the disappearance of the 43 from Ayotzinapa


At a press conference, he categorically denied that military forces were involved (Photo: Twitter/@Andalalucha)

This Friday afternoon the arrest of Jesús Murillo Karam was reportedformer Attorney General of the Republic (PGR), for the crimes of forced disappearance, torture and against the administration of justice In the event of the disappearance of the 43 normalistas in 2014.

The former official is recognized for being the author of the “historical truth” about the disappearance of the students, in which it was established that they had killed by a drug gang and their bodies would have been cremated in the Cocula garbage dump.

Of course, in recent days it has been discovered that in addition to the participation of hired assassins and police agents, evidence, the crime scene, and the Mexican armed forces were involvedwho also they had an infiltrated element among the students.

Jesús Murillo Karam arrested (Photo: Special)
Jesús Murillo Karam arrested (Photo: Special)

And it is insured with the declaration of Alexander Encinas by assuring that it was a state crime. Although this was nothing new for society, it was a fact that was denied by the authorities.

It was on January 27 of the distant 2015 when the then Attorney General of the Republic offered a conference regarding the case that shook the six-year term of the former president Enrique Pena Nieto in which he established “historical truth”. He was also present at this Tomas Zeron de Lucioformer head of the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC).

There they presented the conclusions of the case based on an “exhaustive, deep and serious” investigation. However, after the reports and the questions, Murillo Karam He flatly and repeatedly denied that the Mexican army was involved in the disappearance of the 43 normalistas.

The above after the press launched the question on the air. And before leaving he gave the negative. He also disqualified these accusations saying that came from the same people who alleged the omission and passivity of the armed forces before the kidnapping of the students of the Normal Raul Isidro Burgos.

“There is not a single piece of evidence that the army intervened. Not even one. The same statements of those who today say it was the army, accused it of omission, the very same. There is not a single piece of evidence, not a single one of the participation of the army. There wasn’t even a reasonable group.”

This version was also supported by the former Secretary of National Defense (Sedena), Salvador Cienfuegos who denied in an interview Televisa the responsibility of soldiers in the disappearance of the normalistas.

Since the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and other experts indicated the possible involvement of the 27th Infantry Battalion, they pointed out that the military they were not required to submit declarations to any international body because they were innocent.

“It is not clear to me nor can I allow my soldiers to be interrogated, who have not committed any crime until now”

The then Secretary of Defense of Mexico, Salvador Cienfuegos, was also adamant in denying that the armed forces were involved. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
The then Secretary of Defense of Mexico, Salvador Cienfuegos, was also adamant in denying that the armed forces were involved. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

As if that were not enough, during the same Friday night, the General Prosecutor of the Republic (FGR) freed 83 arrest warrants against military commanders and troop personnel in the city of Iguala, in addition to administrative and judicial authorities, municipal and state police Warrior.

According to the Prosecutor’s Office, the crimes for which the arrest warrants were issued are for organized crime, enforced disappearance, torture, homicide and crimes against the administration of justice.

They specified that 20 are against military chiefs and troop personnel from the 27th and 41st battalions in the city of Equal to; 5 towards authorities administrative and judicial of the state of Guerrero; 26 police officers from Huitzuco; 6 from Iguala and one from Cocula; 11 to Guerrero state police, and 14 members of Guerreros Unidos.

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