After MILLENNIUM revealed that the United States could release the chats and recordings intercepted from members United Warriors During the disappearances of the Ayotzinapa Normalistas on September 26 and 27, 2014, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador reported that his government could expose them.
The Federal President recalled this during the morning conference This information has been available for two years. at the request of the United States, adding that they could be released later Consult with parents of missing students in Iguala, Guerrero, as long as due process is not violated.
“We already have all the recordings and they are in the hands of the Public Prosecutor’s Office, which is conducting the investigation into the disappearance of the young people from Ayotzinapa. Arrests have already been ordered based on these recordings and arrest warrants have been issued. “All of this will be announced in a few more days,” the publication said in response. MILLENNIUM about the possibility of disclosing such information in Chicago as part of the trial against Adam Zenen Casarrubias alias The tomato.
He recalled that a meeting with the parents of the normalists was planned in the coming days as part of the meeting Commemoration of the events in Guerrero.
“I have a meeting this week with the parents of the missing youths from Ayotzinapa. We will inform them how we are proceeding in the investigation,” he said.
In this regard, the President was asked whether the information might be released earlier in Mexico than in the United States, to which he replied:
“Yes, we have to do the counseling because it is also part of the investigation (…) Let’s see, because it is always about due process and we also have to get permission from the parents. We don’t have any.” “Problem. I am a supporter of transparency. I don’t like due process being used as an excuse not to share information or to hide information,” he argued.
He revealed that additional records from the case were reportedly in the government’s possession Joe Biden President López Obrador requested the material but was told it did not exist.
“They told us in writing that they no longer had any recordings,” he said.