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FGR will challenge the freedom of soldiers detained in the Ayotzinapa case


The Attorney General’s Office of the Republic (FGR)will challenge the freedom of eight soldiers detained in the case Ayotzinapa and rejected the determination of the judge of the Second District of Federal Criminal Proceedings in the State of Mexico, Raquel Ivette Duarte Cedillo, ayes, as well as the magistrates of the collegiate court, Horacio Armando Hernández Orozco, Juan José Olvera López and Francisco Sarabia Ascencio.

Furthermore, he described it as a questionable procedural consequence for the rights and protection of the victims.

The agency pointed out that applying procedures for protection and extension of protection generates a situation of injustice, which is affecting 43 missing persons, their families, their security and the nation, given the brutality of the abuses committed.

As well as the danger of procedural freedom for those who committed the crime of forced disappearance of people for whom highly dangerous procedural freedom is now determined.

“In the face of this closure, absolutely unfair for the victims and for the Mexican State given the seriousness of the crimes that were committed in the Ayotzinapa case, this federal social representation will present the corresponding resources to guarantee rights.

“And the safety of the victims and will initiate the actions indicated in article 225, sections VI, VII and VIII of the Federal Penal Code, which punish as a crime the acts committed against the administration of justice, hindering it and granting undue advantages to those who do not deserve it,” explained the FGR.

He stressed that this notoriously unfair procedural conduct, which is constantly repeated in matters of national significance or political importance, is used by some media in a partial and misleading manner.

The FGR highlighted that this media distortion has been repeated constantly and progressively in recent years, which has demonstrated the persecution and unfair disqualification of the media that have acted in this way.

On the other hand, he highlighted that it was broadcast daily at the national level, during the 2023more of 700 communicationsand at a local level about four thousand more communications.

“All this information obligation has been rigorously fulfilled, without the FGR having paid a single cent in the last five years to buy media advertising that favors it or that generates an image that must be earned with permanent, truthful and objective information, of both the Institution and the media,” he pointed out.

M.F.

Topics

  • Attorney General’s Office (FGR)
  • Ayotzinapa Case

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