Ezequiel Mora Chora, father of Alexander Mora Venancio, one of the young normalistas disappeared in Ayotzinapa died of a heart attack, Sunday afternoon inside a hotel in Iguala where he had attended a march in favor of former mayor José Luis Abarca, imprisoned for his link to the disappearance of the 43 normalistas.
‘Don Check’, as he was known within the movement, was part of the group of eight parents who had been taken to Iguala to participate in the march organized to demand the freedom of the former PRD mayor, José Luis Abarca Velázquez and his wife, María de los Ángeles Pineda Villa, both imprisoned for almost eight years, for the events that occurred in 2014, in Iguala Guerrero.
The father of Mora Venantius she left her house on the 25th of this month heading to Tixtla to participate in the marches, one month after the 8th anniversary of her son’s disappearance; He participated in the marches on the 26th in Mexico City and on the 27th in the City of Iguala, where he died of a heart attack.
For your part the Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez Human Rights Center (Prodh Center), who have accompanied the mothers, fathers and relatives of the disappeared since the tragedy lamented through his social networks, the death of Mora Chora, acknowledging the work of the father: “Don Check fought tirelessly for truth and justice.”
“See you always Uncle Check, thanks for teaching us to fight and not give up”, it was like The Normal Rural Raúl Isidro Burgos de Ayotzinapa fired the father of the missing normalista, Normal Bliss student.
UN-DH Mexico, also regretted the death of Ezequiel Mora Chora highlighting, “his tireless struggle and dignity will always remain with us.”
In April 2016, the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (GIEI) that collaborated with the investigations, warned about the irregularities in the proceedings carried out by Zerón in the San Juan River in October 2014, where bags with bone fragments of the student Alexander Mora Venantius.
In September of this year, the FGR announced that the remains of Mora, whose identity was confirmed by the University of Innsbruck, were not found in the Cocula garbage dump or in the river, and that when the false investigations were carried out they were already in Mexico City at the facilities of the Deputy Attorney General’s Office Specialized in Organized Crime Investigation (Seido); Alexander Mora was the first of the young men whose remains have been identified in the Ayotzinapa case.