Ayotzinapa still hurts

The past 26 of September of 2014, horrifying events took place in Iguala, Guerrero. The local police attacked a group of students from the rural school of Ayotzinapa, the confrontation resulted in 5 deaths, 7 wounded people, and 43 missing students. This actions result in the whole union of all Mexicans to force authorities to make justice for the affected families.

The events that took place that day, made the Mexican population to remember what happened in October 2nd, 1968, that day thousands of students were attacked by armed forces in Tlatelolco. The government uncover this events for a long time, that’s why people start to manifest and make it public so justice could come to presence.

After some investigation that start over the case, authorities were awarded that the mayor of Iguala and the governor of Guerrero, were working with an narco group called “Guerreros Unidos”, the major criminal group established in that region of Mexico.

Until today many hypothesis and theories had been developed of what happened to the students. The militaries had said that the they found the remains of some of the students in a clandestine cave, but the families remain their faith that their sons are still alive. The actions that happened have already reach different countries, which have shown their support towards the families and Mexico.

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My name is Diego Arturo Sanabria Lopez. I was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco in the year 1997. My father, Arturo Sanabria, is from the D.F. and my mother, Patricia Lopez, is from a little town called Mascota, Jalisco. I have no brothers or sisters, so I have always been the indulged of the family. At present, I am 18 years old and studying 12 grade (6 semester), at Instituto Thomas Jefferson Campus Guadalajara. Before entering to that school I was on a local kinder. There I spend 2 years of my life. For college i'm attending to the UDG (Universidad de Guadalajara) to study chemical engineer, but there is also an option that I prefer to change to medicine. Some of the things I like are sports. I love all kind of sports: American Football, Soccer, Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, MMA, Box, etc. But the one that makes me more passionate is soccer. Since I was a little boy I had practice soccer. I started playing it in the school team. After some years I played with Manchester, a more advanced team, but injuries made me stop playing a while. Some years passed before I started to play again, in my return I started to play with Cofut Jalisco a 4 semiprofessional division. Right now I'm recovering from a hard knee injury and I'm hopping to get back next season.

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