Mexico Former Mayor Of Iguala Charged Over Kidnapping Of 43 Students Feared Dead
The former mayor of the city of Iguala , Jose Luis Abarca and 44 others were charged with the kidnapping of 43 students missing in fall in Mexico, announced on Tuesday, the Director of Investigations criminal services of the Attorney General of the country.
Already in the past accused of kidnapping, murder, links with crime or money laundering, it is, this time, the first expenses directly related to the disappearance of the students brought against José Luis Abarca, Mayor the city where the “43” were victims of an attack.
Suspicions already hanging over the former mayor and his wife, Maria de Los Angeles Pinea, who were arrested last November by the Federal Police in Mexico City.
The first elements of the investigation show that students were kidnapped by police officers working with the help of a drug cartel in Iguala, a town in the state of Guerrero, in the south-western Mexico in the night of 26 September.