According to the authorities that operated during the administration of Enrique Peña Nieto, the forced disappearance was perpetrated by municipal officials from Iguala, Cocula and members of Guerreros Unidos. They got tired of denying the participation of the military or other security corporations. They denied the State crime.
His version, the so-called “historical truth,” was rejected by the Commission for Truth and Justice, headed by Alejandro Encinas, who this week recognized that Sedena was able to save the young people of Ayotzinapa, of whom there is no indication that today , almost eight years later, are found alive.
From the first moment, fathers and mothers of the 43 normalistas, in addition to the survivors of the so-called “Night of Iguala”, denounced the active participation of military elements, who were asked to open the doors of the battalions in Peña’s administration. Grandson to show that they had nothing to hide. However, by the soldiers of the 27th Infantry Battalion, the families of the disappeared only received tear gas and were denied.
“You also have children. Right now it was our turn, but it can also happen to you tomorrow. Know well what you are doing because your president (Enrique Peña Nieto) is reaping problems. We are not going to stop looking for our children until we find them alive. And if something were to happen to them, we hold Battalion 27 responsible,” María de Jesús Tlatempa Bello, mother of José Eduardo Bartolo Tlatempa, one of the 43 disappeared, complained to them head-on in 2015. The military hid behind his helmets and shields.
On Friday, August 19, 2022, hours after the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) reported the capture of Jesús Murillo Karam, it was revealed that a federal judge had issued arrest warrants against 20 military commanders and 27th Army personnel. and 41 battalions, both located in Iguala de la Independencia.
Among the arrest warrants, 26 also stood out against police officers from Huitzuco, “the place of thorns”; six against the municipalities of Iguala; one against a Cocula officer; 11 against state police officers from Guerrero and 14 against members of the Guerreros Unidos criminal group.
The crimes for which the arrest warrants were issued were for organized crime, forced disappearance, torture, homicide and crimes against the administration of justice, reported the FGR.