|The case that Mexicans refuse to forget, and reject official government investigation results|
The president of the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH), Luis Raúl González Pérez, today gave its approval to the incorporation of US experts in a second investigation of the Iguala case. However, he proposed including those who have participated from the beginning. "In such a complex, sad case, as was the disappearance of 43 normalistas and where there is such differences on some topics of the research itself, I think it is important to invite the best experts, wherever they are, and above all include those who have already expressed their views,” he said in an interview.
The Ombudsman was consulted on the request of the Attorney General's Office (PGR) to reach out to the U.S. ATF agency, to participate in new investigation in the dump of Cocula.
Primarily objective is to clarify whether if incineration of the normalistas Ayotzinapa on September 26-27, 2014 was possible at the dump.
"I think all the work that has been conducted is important, but it is important that the disciplines of the experts have to be analyzed by review, but still invite those who have already expressed their opinion, including forensic expert José Luis Torero " he reiterated.
The latter, referring to the report of the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (IMCI) of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) found that students could not have been incinerated at the site.
The head of the Commission questioned as to whether the intervention of US authorities could help or complicate matters.
"However, I see the U.S. in the role of having the best scientists to help clarify this complex case" .
The PGR presented other requests for legal assistance: one addressed to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), to provide any reports they have on the cartel known as Guerreros Unidos, who were named involved in the normalistas massacre, and NASA, requesting that they provide satellite images pertinent to the case.
It was satellite images, previously reported of, which lacked any evidence of fire at the dump during the 26-27th time frame, supposedly when 43 bodies were incinerated at the dump.