Family and friends of Norberto Ronquillo, a young student who was kidnapped and murdered in Mexico City this June, made a video in which they demand justice for the death of the marketing student.
In the material, which has gone viral in social networks, several young people show their indignation and express their concern because a normal day in their life can have a tragic outcome and they can not go home.
Among the young people that appear in the video are the brother and the girlfriend of Norberto, as well as several of his companions who are moved to demand peace, justice and security for the citizens of the country.
In the recording, the students allude to several cases of disappearance as the 43 Ayotzinapa students who disappeared on September 26, 2014 in Iguala, Guerrero.
The video was broadcast with the hashtags #NosFaltaNorberto #NosfaltanMiles and according to the credits, the dialogues that were shown were created by young people between 15 and 30 years old, some of them suffered the kidnapping of relatives or friends.
More than 40 people from different places inside and outside Mexico participated in the piece.
Norberto Ronquillo, a young student of International Marketing in Mexico City, was found dead on Monday, June 10, after he had been missing for six days.
According to information from the Attorney General’s Office (PGJ) capital, the body of the 22-year-old was located in the City Hall of Xochimilco, south of the Mexican capital, and his family recognized him for the clothes he wore.
So far follows the investigation into the case but to say the authorities, based on the necropsy, the young man would have died the same night in which he was robbed of his freedom. (EFE) .-