“Don’t look for them, they all died in the garbage dump”, ‘El Pajarraco’ tells how they killed the 43 normalistas
Juan Miguel Pantoja Miranda, better known as ‘El Pajarraco’, allegedly involved in the disappearance of the 43 normalistas from Ayotzinapa, advised the parents of the normalistas not to “look for them”, as he states that “they all died in a garbage dump in Cocula “. He also tells how they were killed.
Pursued by the defunct Attorney General’s Office (PGR) for almost 4 years, “El Pajarraco” was detained in 2018 until a judge ordered his release. Before visitors from the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH) he reported “without judicial value” that due to the events of the night and early morning of September 26 and 27, 2014 he wanted to declare everything he knew about the disappearance of the 43, because ” he wanted to unload his conscience “, since he confessed that” he could not sleep well, he had nightmares and he could not live in peace, “according to documents that Milenio Noticias had access to.
An explosion is registered in the Popocatepetl volcano; Warning traffic light is Yellow Phase 2
An explosion in the Popocatépetl volcano occurred on the night of this Tuesday, September 14, reported the National Civil Protection Coordination. The authorities stressed that it was at 11:50 p.m. when the explosion was detected that generated a column of steam, gases and low ash content 1,500 meters high, which dispersed in a northwesterly direction.
Likewise, until 12:09 p.m. on Wednesday, September 15, the volcanic warning traffic light is at Yellow Danger Sign Phase 2.
They will release 681 prisoners from 14 states of the country and 37 federal prisons tomorrow, Segob announces
The state and federal governments will release 681 prisoners tomorrow as part of the decree that was signed to obtain their freedom inmates over 65 years of age, or who have been tortured or have been without a sentence for more than 10 years. Adán Augusto López, Secretary of the Interior (Segob), reported that of the prisoners who will be released, 10 are from Baja California Sur, 63 from Baja California, 198 from Chiapas, 40 from CDMX, 13 from Colima, 100 from Durango, 30 from Nayarit , 48 from Oaxaca, 7 from San Luis Potosí, 7 from Sinaloa, 12 from Tabasco, 2 from Tlaxcala, 50 from Veracruz, 57 from Zacatecas and 37 from federal prisons. Inmates must meet one of the following requirements …