Arrest warrant issued against Tomás Zerón for Ayotzinapa case

Interpol is also looking for the former operational director of the Federal Ministerial Police, Carlos Gómez Arrieta

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Tomás Zerón, extitular of the AIC of the PGR. (Isabel Mateos /

The Interpol issued a red token to capture the ex-holder of the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) , Tomás Zerón de Lucio , and the former operational director of the Federal Ministerial Police, Carlos Gómez Arrieta , as alleged perpetrators of acts of torture against detained persons related to the disappearance of the 43 normalistas of Ayotzinapa .

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A national circulation media reports that a federal judge issued the arrest warrants for former public servants who participated in the investigations of the so-called “Iguala” case .

Therefore, the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) requested the collaboration of the International Police ( Interpol), to assist in the capture of ex-officials.

Zerón de Lucio, served as head of the AIC and was an important part in the construction of what was called the “historical truth” and which indicates that in September 2014 -days 26 Y 27 – the 43 normalistas of Ayotzinapa were deprived of their liberty by Municipal police officers from Iguala, Cocula and Huitxuco, and later members of the criminal group Guerreros Unidos, would have incinerated them in the municipal garbage dump of Cocula.

While former commander Gómez Arrieta , they mentioned that he had committed acts of torture against several detainees of this poster.

During the afternoon of this Tuesday, two elements of the extinct Police were apprehended Federal (PF ), accused of having tortured some of the detainees in connection with the case of the Ayotzinapa students, who disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero, in September 2014.

One of the detainees is Isidro Junco Barajas, who served as Deputy Director of Operational Control of the Security Directorate of the Chamber of Deputies, and was apprehended outside the Legislative Palace of San Lázaro.

The other detainee was Ezequiel Peña Cerda, former area director at the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) , who was apprehended on the outskirts of the corporation attached to the FGR.

According to the respective investigation folder, the detainees allegedly subjected several detainees to torture in October 2014, to compel them to plead guilty to the disappearance of the 43 normalistas.

With information from Notimex.