Retired Mexican Army General is arrested due to his alleged responsibility in the Ayotzinapa case

Retired General José Rodríguez is accused of ordering the deaths of six of the 43 students who were abducted and killed.

Retired Mexican General Is Arrested in 2014 Student Disappearances, José Rodríguez is accused of the deaths of six of the 43 students who were abducted and killed

Relatives of the missing students demonstrated in Iguala, Mexico, in 2018, on the fourth anniversary of the students’ disappearance. Photo: eric chavelas/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images

Mexican authorities arrested a retired army general in connection with the 2014 abduction and killing of 43 students of a rural teachers’ college, one of the highest-profile and controversial criminal cases in the country’s modern history, a senior Mexican official said on Thursday, September 14th.

The arrest on Wednesday follows a new investigation by the government of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to clear up what happened to the students and why they were seized and killed.

Source: El Universal

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