In resume: under Raul Gonzales, there where 600,000 lives lost in gun ralated murders, 75,000 thousands people missing (also death) and no High Ranking Corrupt officials behind bars.
. Luis Raúl González, former head of the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH), said in an interview with Ciro Gómez on Radio Formula that he was not a “vase” and rejected the criticism of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador against the institute, to the one who has accused of being “pimp” of the regime; The president is wrong, he said.
“They are not terms or adjectives that you should use in relation to institutions. They are detached from reality. Mr. President is wrong. The CNDH has raised its voice, we said strong things (…) I refuse and I don’t share the President’s expressions ”.
Luis Raúl González said that the institution he has directed was very “critical and firm with the government of former President Enrique Peña Nieto, as in the cases of Tanhuato and Ayotzinapa,” and they were “uncomfortable with the public authorities,” so He considers it serious that dissent with President López Obrador is a reason for disqualification and that the debate does not rise to a confrontation of ideas, rather than one of adjectives.
He also ensures that he will be satisfied that he has done his best, but dissatisfied that he has not achieved more; however, he wished that the new leader, Rosario Piedra Ibarra, be successful in his mandate.
I GOT INTO TOWN JUST AFTER SUNSET.The lights were on at a place called the Brick House Grill, and if you were out on South Main Street on a Friday night in February, chances are, that’s where you were going. So I went in, too.
I took a seat at the bar. A man two stools over from me struck up a conversation. I told him I was a journalist from Chicago and asked him to tell me about this town. “You know how this town is called Anna?” he started. “That’s for ‘Ain’t No Niggers Allowed.’” He laughed, shook his head and took a sip of his beer.
The man was white. I am white. Everyone else in that restaurant in Anna was white.
Later that night, I realized what shook me most about our conversation: He didn’t pause before he said what he said. He didn’t look around the room to see whether anyone could hear us. He didn’t lower his voice. He just said it.
Mexican national police and military forces were dispatched to the border state of Sonora on a search operation Monday night following reports that at least five U.S. citizens, including four children, were shot and killed, Mexican authorities said.
The Associated Press quoted relatives as saying a U.S. woman, her 6-month-old twins and two other children, ages 8 and 10, died in the attack. They lived in La Mora, about 75 miles south of the U.S. border, where an offshoot of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been a major presence for many years, the relatives said.