Jan 5, 2015
Demonstrators were outside of the Mexican Consulate in Fresno on Monday calling for justice, as well as voicing disapproval in Mexico’s President, and the response that his administration has provided in addressing the 43 students who went missing near Iguala, Mexico. The Guerros Unidos gang took credit for killing them, and burning the bodies.
Independent investigative reports published in December 2014 have concluded that the federal police were directly involved. Authorities were tracking the students position in real time on September 26th, 2014, doing nothing to stop the abductions, and police allegedly were directly attacking the youth.
The protesters presented a letter of discontent with Mexico’s President to employees of the consulate whose job title and positions are unknown.