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Tlatlaya is not a closed case: CNDH

06/10/2015
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17:42
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Alberto Morales
National ombudsman Luis Raúl González Pérez said that the CNDH investigated serious human rights violations. (Photo: File/EL UNIVERSAL)

Tlatlaya is not a closed case: CNDH

06/10/2015
17:42
Alberto Morales
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The national ombudsman hopes that the release of four soldiers will be appealed.

The president of the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH), Luis Raúl González Pérez, said that the release of four soldiers allegedly involved in the murder of 22 people in Tlalaya, State of Mexico, is not definitive, and hopes that the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic (PGR) will appeal.

"The resolution of a judge freeing up to four people who had been detained is not a final determination and I am confident that the PGR will exert its faculty of appeal," expressed the Ombudsman after participating in the acts of the National Week of Transparency in the mansion of Xicoténcatl, former home of the Mexican Senate.

González Pérez explained that the CNDH investigated human rights violations in the case.

"We issued a recommendation and this was accepted by the three authorities targeted: The PGR, the Ministry of National Defense and the Attorney General of the State of Mexico. It was a document that was accepted and is accredited," he said.

In its recommendation, the CNDH stated that Tlatlaya represents "serious violations of human rights" that hurt society and should not be repeated.

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