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They will criminally denounce the judge who released 120 involved in the Ayotzinapa case

The federal government will present a criminal complaint against Judge Samuel Venturawho has acquitted more than 100 implicated in the disappearance of the 43 normalistas from Ayotzinapa.

“This judge repeatedly argues procedural issues, procedural issues, due process issues, which in our opinion has been not due process, but due process. pretext for not doing justice to the victims of the events in Ayotzinapafor which we will proceed accordingly,” said Ricardo Mejía Berdeja, Undersecretary of Security and Citizen Protection.

The official detailed in the morning conference of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador that the first district judge of Federal Criminal Proceedings based in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, acquitted to date 120 involved in the disappearance of the students of the Normal School of Ayotzinapa.

Judge Samuel Ventura was the one who on September 14 acquitted the former mayor of Iguala José Luis Abarca for the crime of kidnapping committed against normalist students.

This despite the fact that the most recent report of the Truth and Access to Justice Commission in the Ayotzinapa case indicated that Abarca would have given the order for the young people to be killed.

The head of the Commission, the Undersecretary of the Interior Alejandro Encinas, assured that the General Prosecutor of the Republic (FGR), has enough elements to appeal East “unlucky Act of impunity”.

“I hope that execute of immediate the orders of apprehension against the responsible of the disappearance of the youthsas we pointed out in the report of Ayotzinapa”, then pointed out the undersecretary.

In this sense, the FGR executed new arrest warrants against the former mayor and his wife, Maria de los Angeles Pinedaalthough these were for his presumed responsibility in crimes related to the drug traffickingstemming from his apparent relationship with the criminal group known as United Warriors.

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