Aguililla Michoacan: Deadly police ambush; Was CJNG protecting Mencho’s wife?

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Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  TY Gus from Radio Formula

Were they betrayed? CJNG may have ambushed police in Aguililla to protect the wife of “El Mencho”

The 13 elements of the State Police may have been killed by a confusion, after alleged members of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) would have anticipated to protect Rosalinda González Valencia, wife of Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, “El Mencho”, who allegedly was located in the municipality of Aguililla, Michoacán.

Michoacán authorities informed the news broadcast “In the morning” with Ciro Gómez Leyva, that a convoy of 42 state police officers was deployed aboard five trucks to protect the transfer of a father and daughter, who was the victim of sexual abuse. They would be transferred from the municipality of Aguililla to Apatzingán.
[Because of the sizable deployment of police] the hit men would have anticipated an alleged attack on the wife of the leader of the CJNG and ambushed the uniformed men, leaving a balance of 13 dead.

Chivis Note:  I question the validity of the story, although this is the story prompted by authorities. 
First eyebrow rose when reading state police numbering 42, traveling in a convoy of 4 trucks deployed to transfer a rape victim and her father.  Honestly unless there are volumes more to the rape story, this simply would not happen.  Mexico in general, places no priority to cases of sexual abuse, even that of children.  Why a convoy?  It is illogical.  Not to mention a police convoy would definitely be misinterpreted by sicarios and look-outs. 
I began thinking it must have been a foiled attempt during the state attempting a significant catch”
The state would not be above crafting a tale to save face, especially any faulty attempt of capturing a high profile person in CJNG. 
The news then broke about this being a mistake by CJNG as they misconstrued the arrival of the state police as an attempt to arrest Rosalinda. 
Or maybe that is exactly what they intended to do.  Or “someone” else?
The question I have is about Rosalinda.  After her 2018 arrest, most of the charges were dropped including that of organized crime.  Money laundering remained on the table, which is an offense that can bonded until trial.  Which is what she did…. she bonded out.  She also has protection by a couple of amparos.   I have not read anything about the slow turning wheels of justice in the case.  If any of you have, please let me know.
What are your thoughts BB Followers?
Also;  There are a few reports that say the true number of dead police is 27 and even list names.  I could not obtain supporting sourcing on that story, it is reporting on a few blogs and Michoacán Facebook pages, which doesn’t necessarily mean it should be discounted but as far as I can determine the official number remains 13.