Government attributes to colonel the order to assassinate 6 normalistas

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The federal government attributed the Colonel Jose Rodriguez Perez to give the order for assassinate and disappear six normalistas from Ayotzinapa, reported this morning the Undersecretary for Human Rights of the Ministry of the Interior (Segob), Alejandro Encinas.

“It is presumed that six of the students they kept alive up to four days after the events and that they were killed and disappeared on orders presumably from then-Colonel José Rodríguez Pérez,” he said.

José Rodríguez Pérez was a member of the 27th Infantry Battalion when the Ayotzinapa case occurred in which 43 students disappeared on the night of September 26 and early morning of September 27, 2014.

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At a press conference, Encinas stressed that it is confirmed that the military commanders in the region did not carry out actions for the protection and search for soldier Julio César López Patolzin.

“On September 26, the order was practically given for the boys to disappear, the messages are recorded there,” he said.

Encinas highlighted that federal and state authorities at the highest level were negligent and negligent, and there were presumptive elements of altering facts and circumstances to establish a conclusion other than the truth of the facts.

“At all times the federal, state and municipal authorities were aware of the mobilization of the students since their departure from the Normal School Isidro Burgos until his disappearance, and his actions, omissions and participation allowed the disappearance and execution of the students, as well as the murder of six other people,” he said.

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