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Relatives of Missing Ayotzinapa Students March to Demand Wider Inquiry

Deutsche Welle
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July 27, 2015
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Hundreds of students, activists and relatives of the 43 students that disappeared ten months ago in Ayotzinapa marched in Mexico City, Sunday, to demand the safe return of the missing students. (Ruptly TV)

Relatives of the students who went missing on September 26 last year in Iguala in Guerrero state, marched on Sunday, calling for the investigation to continue.

"We demand the re-launching of the search and the reopening of the case, which this corrupt government has refused to do," said Vidulfo Rosales, a lawyer for the students' families.

According to the official account, the missing students who were attending a rural school for teachers were attacked on the orders of the then mayor of Iguala, Jose Luis Abarca.

Authorities say the 43 students were abducted by corrupt local police who handed them over to a drug gang which is believed to have killed them and burned their remains.

Families of the victims do not believe the official report, however, and insist that the alleged role of federal forces in the case be investigated.

...The march on Sunday came as Mexico's attorney general's office released a report showing that at least 60 clandestine graves and 129 bodies have been found over the last 10 months during the search for the missing students. Only one of the 43 students has been identified among the discovered remains, however.

Read the rest at Deutsche Welle

Photo: Reuters

Related: Osorio Says Iguala Truth Still Unknown (The News)

Related: Missing Mexican Students Search: Investigation Leads to Discovery of at Least 60 Mass Graves and 129 Bodies, Report Says (IBTimes)

Related: Ayotzinapa Graduating Class Takes Slogan 'Blood, Resistance and Hope' (Mexico Voices)


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