Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat
|Mora and Mireles after Mor's release, speaking at the university of Mexico City|
Of course he said the man in the photo was not him, and of course the state PGJE agency’s investigation declared it not him, by "image enhancing tools", yet the PGR did not offer one enhanced image of evidence. Residents of Michoacán largely discounted the investigation findings, based on the deep mistrust of the state government and its agencies that are deemed corrupt by the people.
He said yesterday that Michoacán is now worse than ever, "The good sit in jail and the bad on the streets and on the roads, "said Mora, the commander of the Rurales force.
Although the Yaqui tribal spokesman denies involvement in these events, the Sonora Attorney General arrested Luna Romero last week, and he is currently being held at the Center for Social Rehabilitation #2 in Hermosillo, awaiting definition of his legal situation.
From prison, Luna responded to a set of questions submitted by La Jornada in which he stated that there is no valid legal argument for him to be held; thus, he declared himself a political prisoner. In refuting the charges, he said:
"It is clearly evident that I am a political prisoner, because they are violating all my political, constitutional and human rights. They accuse me of a nonexistent crime, in which I was not a participant."