Argentine forensics flag flaws in Mexico probe into abducted students




 
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February 9th, 2015  
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Topic: Argentine forensics flag flaws in Mexico probe into abducted students


By David Alire Garcia and Miguel Gutierrez MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Argentine forensic experts have voiced serious doubts about a Mexican government probe into the abduction and suspected massacre last year of 43 trainee teachers, who officials have declared dead. The students' disappearance on the night of Sept. 26 in the southwestern city of Iguala has triggered massive protests in Mexico. In a document published on the website of Mexican human rights group Tlachinollan, the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team (EAAF), which has been working to identify remains, detailed numerous problems with the government's handling of the case as well as the conclusions it has already drawn. Late last month, Attorney General Jesus Murillo said there was no doubt that the students were murdered and their remains incinerated and dumped into a river in the nearby town of Cocula.




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