Jan 11, 2012

Human Rights Violations - Guerrero Students: Dismissed state attorney general says Human Rights Commission report is "biased"

La Jornada: Former Guerrero state attorney general Alberto López Rosas called the report released yesterday by the National Commission on Human Rights (CNDH)--regarding the violent event that killed two Ayotzinapa normal school students-- "biased".

"It is not certain that the shots that took the lives of two students (Gabriel Echeverria de Jesus and  Jorge Alexis Herrera Pino, on Dec. 12) came from west to east (where state police were), but more likely they were from north to south (where the  Federal Police were). "The report is cut off from reality, biased: it has no consistency," he said." Spanish original

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