Segob reveals letter to SCJN warning about 8 soldiers in Ayotzinapa Case

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President Andrés Manuel López Obrador made an announcement this morning about a letter he sent to the president of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN), Norma Lucia Piña. The letter requested intervention in a session on November 30, where a hearing was sought to issue a new precautionary measure against 8 soldiers allegedly involved in the disappearance of the 43 students of Ayotzinapa.

In the letter, dated December 12, 2023, Luisa María Alcalde asked the president of the SCJN for her intervention to prevent the modification of informal preventive detention. This was due to the high risk of abduction of justice, resulting from the accused becoming untraceable or fleeing the country.

Luisa María Alcalde presented the letter she sent to the president of the SCJN, Norma Piña, to request her intervention in the case of the 8 soldiers involved in the disappearance of the 43 students from Ayotzinapa. In the publication, Luisa Alcalde states that in the writing “we warn of the risk of modifying the precautionary measures and the importance of this matter for the Mexican State”, for the serious violations of human rights that were committed against the missing young people, as well as the mothers and fathers who are looking for them.

The letter highlights the risk of modifying the precautionary measures and the importance of the matter for the Mexican State, due to the serious violations of human rights committed against the missing young people, as well as the mothers and fathers who are looking for them.

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s announcement this morning was about a letter he sent to the president of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN), Norma Lucia Piña. The letter requested intervention in a session on November 30, where a hearing was sought to issue a new precautionary measure against 8 soldiers allegedly involved in the disappearance of the 43 students of Ayotzinapa.

In the letter, dated December 12, 2023, Luisa María Alcalde asked the president of the SCJN for her intervention to prevent the modification of informal preventive detention. This was due to the high risk of abduction of justice, resulting from the accused becoming untraceable or fleeing the country.

Luisa María Alcalde presented the letter she sent to the president of the SCJN, Norma Piña, to request her intervention in the case of the 8 soldiers involved in the disappearance of the 43 students from Ayotzinapa. In the publication, Luisa Alcalde states that in the writing “we warn of the risk of modifying the precautionary measures and the importance of this matter for the Mexican State”, for the serious violations of human rights that were committed against the missing young people, as well as the mothers and fathers who are looking for them.

The letter highlights the risk of modifying the precautionary measures and the importance of the matter for the Mexican State, due to the serious violations of human rights committed against the missing young people, as well as the mothers and fathers who are looking for them.

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