You have to wonder why the USA, CANADA, and Mexican News are not reporting this important historical event. Let us stand with the people of Mexico in solidarity and in prayer for their safety ! Protesters are standing by their 43 comrads who were kidnapped and murdered. Now Mexico takes it to the streets, demanding the truth as well as justice! ~ The Truth Denied Reports
Mexico Riots Protesters Demand Justice in the streets of Iguala
On November 9th, 2014, protesters in Mexico City demanded justice for 43 college students , training to become school teachers, who were allegedly abducted by the municipal police in the city of Iguala and handed them over to a local drug gang who later killed them.
“Three marches had been peaceful until they reached the Zocalo, when the protesters incinerated an effigy of Pena Nieto. Protesters managed to burn down the door of the National Palace during a Nov. 9 march.
A smaller group of protesters then swarmed the entrance of the palace before police charged as they cleared the square.
There are approximately 300 masked demonstrators who sparred with police near Mexico City’s airport, throwing Molotov cocktails and fireworks. “No one was hurt in those clashes”, police said. But updates report the truth , which is why the Mexican government has been plunged into crisis by the violence in Iguala, where six people, including three other trainee teachers, also died on Sept. 26. Seems people are already going at it with cops. Reports of people using fireworks and rocks to ” keep those pigs down”. They yell in the streets “We want Justice”. Seems this has become the straw that broke the camels back with Mexican citizens, they have had enough of the lies. Fact is no one knows where the 43 students were carted off to in September, and because they have never been seen again, most assume the worst, that they are indeed dead.
RT Reported on 11-22-14
“The storming of the National Palace came as the climax of Saturday’s mass rally which was inspired by Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam’s revelation Friday that three Guerreros Unidos gang members in custody had confessed to killing the students and incinerating their bodies, and had claimed that the young men were handed over to them by the police.”
“Infuriated by alleged police involvement in the abduction of students, hundreds of protesters on Saturday set cars on fire, painted graffiti and threw rocks at government offices.”
Live Footage from the streets of Mexico, some are already calling it the Mexican Spring.
“We are asking the same thing as usual. We want to see our comrades alive,” a masked student told AFP as others chanted, “They took them alive, we want them back alive.”