Acción solidaria | Join us to demand justice for the 43 Ayotzinapa families

Down the old memory hole: families are still waiting for the Mexican government to arrest and prosecute the police officers/gang members responsible for kidnapping and disappearing 43 student teachers in Ayotzinapa a year ago. John Kerry needs to forget about Russia and devote more attention to the 25,000 Mexicans disappeared by Mexican police, army and paramilitaries: US Senators Pressure Kerry over Ayotzinapa

Chiapas Support Committee

Ayotzi - it was the State

(Versión en español sigue abajo)

The Chiapas Support Committee of Oakland asks you and the members of your organization and community to join us in mobilizing to uplift the demand for deep justice and more starting on Saturday, September 26, 2015, the one-year anniversary of the attack, killing and disappearance of 43 student-teachers from Ayotzinapa in the city of Iguala in the State of Guerrero, Mexico.

Starting now and over the next week, call, email, tweet, and fax the President of Mexico saying:
¡Vivos se los llevaron, vivos los queremos!
You took them alive and we want them back alive!

Tell the President of Mexico:
“I join with the families of the 43 disappeared students from Ayotzinapa in calling for a new internationally supervised investigation and review of former-Attorney General Jesus Murillo and other officials’ involvement in the previous investigation, for their obstruction of justice.”

Fax: +52 55 5520 7125

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2 thoughts on “Acción solidaria | Join us to demand justice for the 43 Ayotzinapa families

  1. I believe that the 43 student deaths, uncovered by police informants, was a calculated media event because the U.S. wants to take control over the Mexican drug war. It is part of an effort to establish an Operation Colombia in Mexico. The problem is that drug trafficking migrates, the ascendancy of the Mexican cartels was a direct result of Operation Colombia. They can’t even stop the drug trade in parts of the Middle East and Asia where death penalties for small infractions are common. They can’t even get drugs out of maximum security prisons. Decriminalization is the only sane answer to the narcotics trade and related violence..


    • Wow, fascinating hypothesis. I think the main reason they can’t control the drug trade in the Middle East and Asia is because the CIA and DEA are so powerful (mainly because they’re totally unscrupulous) organizations). I agree with you – decriminalization is the only answer.


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