Lawyer of Ayotzinapa parents allegedly calls them “lousy indians”

In an interview with EL UNIVERSAL, Vidulfo Rosales denied having referred to his clients in that way and accused that the government of releasing this information to damage their movement.

In the conversation, presumably held with his wife, Rosales tells her that when they are touring the country they spend all their time in marches and meetings with organizations that have shown solidarity. (Photo: Archive/El Universal)
English 13/04/2016 12:58 Juan Omar Fierro Actualizada 13:00

An audio was shared on social networks in which Vidulfo Rosales Sierra, lawyer of the parents of the 43 missing students of Ayotzinapa, allegedly calls them “lousy indians” and complains about their attitude.

In the conversation, presumably held with his wife, Rosales tells her that when they are touring the country they spend all their time in marches and meetings with organizations that have shown solidarity with the movement, such as the Mexican Union of Workers of the Telephone Industry.

“They are getting used to being pampered, that everyone brings them whatever they need wherever they are. They claim to be an example of struggle in the country and you should see their attitude,” Rosales allegedly says.

And he added: “freaking lousy indians, I have to behave like a father scolding his children.”

In an interview with EL UNIVERSAL, Rosales, who works for the Tlachinollan de la Montaña human rights association, denied having referred to his clients in that way and accused that the government of releasing this information to damage the movement. He also said that he does not believe that a criminal organization is behind the wire tapping.

 

 

 

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