Noting that he gave the instruction that “everything” will be revealed about the Ayotzinapa case because it was being handled that the Secretariat of National Defense did not want to release information, the President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) He recalled that he sent a letter to Israel to request the extradition of Tomás Zerón de Lucio, former head of the Criminal Investigation Agency with Enrique Peña Nieto.
In his morning conference this Friday at the National Palace, López Obrador accused “information distortions” in the disappearance of the 43 normalistas, in addition, he said that there was torture, for which he sent the letter to the Prime Minister of Israel, Neftali Bennet.
“Israel cannot be a refuge for torturers, with all due respect. No country, but Israel less. It is a matter of its history, it is a moral matter. You cannot protect torturers”, expressed AMLO.
He also mentioned a list of Israeli companies that sold security services, but “commercial, commercial, cannot be above morality and memory.”
In recent days, Alejandro Encinas, undersecretary of Human Rights of the Ministry of the Interior, made public the letter that López Obrador sent to the Prime Minister of Israel in which he requested the extradition of Tomás Zerón, accused of torture and disappearance in the Ayotzinapa case , as he considered that “it is a priority” for Mexico.
In the letter sent, AMLO pointed out that more than 49 people have been arrested in the Ayotzinapa case and federal and local officials who colluded to commit crimes have been prosecuted. “this is an unspeakable crime”.
“The official who, from one of the highest levels of the federal order, operated this criminal collusion, committing, among other crimes, torture, has been charged by a judge, through an arrest warrant that is ratified by Interpol “was indicated in the text.
He explained that Tomás Zerón de Lucio fled to Israel since August 13, 2019 and both the law enforcement authorities and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs have worked with their counterparts in Israel to obtain the extradition.