To demand the immediate delivery of all the files on the forced disappearance of the 43 normalistas from Ayotzinapa, as well as punishment for all the soldiers involved in the case, relatives and students of that institution, they protested at the Camp Military 35-C, in Iguala.
Some 300 people held a protest rally outside the military installations that are located on the western outskirts of Iguala, as part of their ongoing struggle to find alive the 43 normalistas who disappeared between September 26 and 27, 2020. 2014.
They made graffiti on the walls of the military barracks, and threw stones and sticks and even a firecracker that did not cause injuries despite falling next to a group of soldiers guarding the main gate of the military camp.
The spokesman for the parents of the 43 disappeared, Melitón Ortega, justified the actions because he assured that “there are clear indications of the participation of the Army in the events that occurred between September 26 and 27, 2014.”
He asked President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to order the immediate delivery of all the files on the case and that are in the hands of the commanders of that military barracks.
Subsequently, relatives and students of the 43 disappeared left the place aboard six buses that are held in their facilities in the municipality of Tixtla.