Saturday, July 11, 2015

Missing Students; Ex-Atty.Gen. Murillo "Case Closed"; New Atty.Gen Arley Gomez Gonzalez, "Not so fast"

Borderland Beat posted by DD.
agreed to pursue new lines of investigation
On July 2, we published a story of the reluctant cooperation, or lack thereof, with a team of experts from the Inter-American Human Rights Commission (IAHRC) whose mission was to examine and analyze the governments investigation into the abduction and disappearance of the 43 students from the Ayotzinapa Normal School that rocked Mexico last September.  The team was selected by agreement of the parties to an agreement signed by the Mexican Government, the IAHRC, and the parents of the missing students and consisted of experts from Columbia, Spain, Chile, and Guatemala.  

The team is in effect investigating the investigation done by the various government agencies into the disappearances.  As reported in the July 2 BB story, the government has only given complete responses to 30 percent of the request for information made by the team.  

One of the biggest obstacles facing the team has been the Army has not responded to a request made by the team over 90 days ago to interview up to 27 soldiers who witnessed some of the events of Sept. 26 and 27 in Iguala or at least were present there when the events were taking place.   There are only 2 months remaining on the mandate given to the team of experts to conduct their analysis and make recommendations.  

While AG Arley Gomez Gonzales did not say the exact words "Not so fast",  what she did say this past week was that her office agreed with the parents of the missing students that the government would resume the investigation which Murillo had said in Dec. that the case was closed. 
The Attorney General's Office agreed to pursue new lines of investigation, although Gomez did not specify what leads they would pursue.

This content was originally published by teleSUR at the following address:
http://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/Mexican-Attorney-General-to-Reopen-Ayotzinapa-Investigation-20150710-0007.html. If you intend to use it, please cite the source and provide a link to the original article. www.teleSURtv.net/english
The Attorney General's Office agreed to pursue new lines of investigation, although Gomez did not specify what leads they would pursue.

This content was originally published by teleSUR at the following address:
http://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/Mexican-Attorney-General-to-Reopen-Ayotzinapa-Investigation-20150710-0007.html. If you intend to use it, please cite the source and provide a link to the original article. www.teleSURtv.net/english

As reported in Telesur the Attorney General's Office agreed to pursue new lines of investigation, although Gomez did not specify what leads they would pursue.

At the behest of the relatives, the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts, known as the GIEI, also participated in the meeting. The GIEI said that the meeting was “fruitful” and “an important step to move the investigation forward and improve the relationship with family.”

Even though I think this has to be a good thing, don't hold your breath waiting for any big change in EPN's  administration.  Arley Gomez Gonzales was formerly head of the Special Office for the Prosecution of Electoral Crimes (and we know how few of the thousands of electoral crimes are prosecuted), then a PRI Senator, and is the sister of the Vice President of News for Televisa TV.  

It may be that she is just better at public and press relations than her Predecessor, Murillo.  She probably won't announce the end of a meeting with parents of the missing by saying "I am tired" or "case closed". 

At the behest of the relatives, the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts, known as the GIEI, also participated in the meeting. The GIEI said that the meeting was “fruitful” and “an important step to more the investigation forward and improve the relationship with family.”

This content was originally published by teleSUR at the following address:
http://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/Mexican-Attorney-General-to-Reopen-Ayotzinapa-Investigation-20150710-0007.html. If you intend to use it, please cite the source and provide a link to the original article. www.teleSURtv.net/english



17 comments:

  1. Hey lets face it, they will never findout what happen. They have detained the mayor n his wife they have detained several members of los rojos n guerreros unidos and if they havent found the 43 then u NEVER will case closed. Good call by the ex att. gen.

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  2. do u realize Pena Nieto doesn't care about, he his money moves to Europe
    sad but true

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  3. Theres a report out from an ex dea agent claiming la barbie is responsible for jenni riveras death. I thought we would see it on here. :/

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  4. El Chapo escaped prison??!!

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  5. Se les pelo el chapo guzman!!! Otra vez

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  6. El chapo just escaped again! Wtf is going on!

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  7. Chapo escaped from prison again last f'king night!

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  8. Supposedly Chapo escaped..its all over certain Sinaloa singers pages..not sure how true it is

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  9. Chapo just escaped from prison.Any word on this story BB.Seriously,im not joking! !

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  10. Is it true el chapo Guzman escaped again

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  11. Its in the news now...

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  12. El chapo se escapo

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  13. Chapo escaped again chivis look that up I saw. On abc news

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  14. Chapo escapes again!!!

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  15. Mexican politicians don't care about the average Mexican, never have and never will. That is how a semi socialist system works.

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  16. Most important words in this article:

    "don't hold your breath."

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