Jan 11, 2012

Human Rights Abuses - Guerrero Students: Rights Commission criticizes both federal and state authorities for lack of police cooperation in the Ayotzinapa case

La Jornada: "One of the main obstacles faced by the National Commission on Human Rights (CNDH) in their inquiries into the murder of two students from the  Rural Normal School of Ayotzinapa, which occurred on December 12, is the lack of cooperation from police forces state and federal regulations.

This was stated by the first inspector-general, Luis Garcia Lopez-Guerrero, who noted that, despite this, within one or two months the team investigating the case will be able to send its definitive conclusions to the Attorney General's Office (PGR) so that it can proceed against those responsible for what happened.

"One of the irregularities that we saw is that the federal Public Security Secretariat (SSP) have not responded to our requests for information in a timely manner. In addition, the scene was not preserved as the protocols require," the official said in an interview with La Jornada." Spanish original

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