Terrifying new details emerged about the fate of 43 male students from Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers’ College who were kidnapped and then disappeared in Mexico on September 26, 2014
New terrifying news suggests that police and the Mexican cartel worked together to arrest, torture and murder at least 38 of the 43 students missing in September 2014.
The mystery of the disappearance of 43 male students from Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers’ College has not yet been revealed.
Text messages between a gang boss and a deputy chief of police have revealed terrible details about the fate of at least 38 of the 43 students.
Several buses were confiscated from the students to go to a protest in Mexico City.
But it is now clear that the vehicles were part of a drug operation designed to carry a large load of heroin across the U.S. border that was accidentally stolen by the students.
The cartel leader at the time, Gildardo López Astudillo, and Francisco Salgado Valladres, deputy chief of police in the city, exchanged text messages that day.
On September 26, 2014, Salgado López texted López explaining that he had arrested two groups of students for taking the bus – and wrote that 21 of them were being held on the bus.
López then responded with a trading post on a country road where he said he had “beds to terrorize the students”. This allegedly related to the cartel chief’s plans to bury and torture her, The Daily Beast reported.
Salgado next wrote that 17 other students were being held “in the cave” that the cartel leader said he “wants them all”.
The policeman allegedly told the cartel chief to make sure he brought enough men with him to do the job.
Terrifyingly, the students’ bodies were never found, except for a small number of bone fragments.
Speaking to The Daily Beast, Mike Vigil, former DEA chief international operations officer, said, “The story of the Ayotzinapa student massacre is like a Hollywood movie, but the events are real.
“They include collusion between the police, the army, organized crime and a massive cover-up by the Mexican government.”