Tens of hoodedpresumed normalists, they vandalized Y attempted against the installations Countryside Military 1 in Mexico City.
The events take place within the framework of the eighth anniversary of the disappearance of the 43 normalistas from Ayotzinapa.
After arriving at Military Camp 1 the aggressors did pints on the façade and the perimeter fence.
They later threw Molotov cocktails, firecrackers Y stonesin addition to demolishing the hall of the main entrance to the cry of “murderers”.
Inside the military facility, a group of elements from the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC) of Mexico City, protected with shields, to prevent the entry of the hooded men, who remained on Avenida Conscripto.
Prior to acts of vandalism relatives of the 43 disappeared from Ayotzinapa they made a peaceful demonstration in which they demanded justice.
With banners with the faces of the disappeared students and slogans such as “it was the Condition”, “killers” and we missing 43”, the students and relatives assured that eight years after the events they are still fighting until they find the truth.
“It’s been many years, the desperation, the concern of us as mothers and fathers of families, because our children went to study and it hurts us because the indignation (is) that they are youthsthat his only crime is to continue his studies”, said Tlatempa Bello.
The protesters demanded that the files be opened military of the case and hand over the elements involved in the disappearance of the young people, in addition to putting an end to forced disappearances and human rights violations.
“We want them to open the archives of the Army of the countryside Number One because our children could probably be here and hiding evidence, (we want to know) what really happened?
After the rally, some demonstrators launched rockets and firecrackers at the installations soldiers and even knocked down one of the gates of Military Camp Number One, while the police elements repelled the attacks with stones and water.
Since last week, relatives and activists began with the demonstrations prior to the anniversary of the students’ disappearance.
On Wednesday, hundreds of people also protested and they vandalized the Embassy of Israel in Mexico, whose government is demanding the extradition of Tomás Zerón, former director of the defunct Criminal Investigation Agency and accused of irregularities in the case.
This Thursday a judge granted a provisional injunction to murillo karam to protect you from prosecution for the case.
The arrest of Murillo Karam is the most high profile so far in the case Ayotzinapa and it occurred after the report of the Truth Commission, which concluded on August 18 that the disappearance of the 43 students was a “state crime” with authorities involved at all levels and that there is no evidence that they are alive.
The report and the arrest of the former official have revived the controversy over the crime of Ayotzinapa days away from the eighth anniversary of the mass disappearance.
The former prosecutor is accused of being one of the manufacturers of the “historical truth”, a version of the Government of Enrique Peña Nieto (2012-2018) who claimed that corrupt policemen detained the students and handed them over to the Guerreros Unidos cartel, which murdered them and incinerated in a dump in the southern state of Warrior.
The Truth Commission and the Government of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador They have rejected this “historical truth” by concluding that it was not possible that they were burned there and that several students even remained alive for days after the fact.
This Friday, Lopez Obrador He promised that there will be no impunity and declared himself in favor of making known the names of the 46 people who were identified by the Commission for Truth and Justice as participants in the case.
With information from Foro Tv and EFE