The 43 students from Ayotzinapa Teacher’s College who were reported missing in 2014 were believed to be abducted. Evidence showed that the missing students were bound and burned. In a new report, Mexican Military allegedly took part of the abduction.
Mexican Military’s Possible Involvement For 2014 Student Abduction
A recent report submitted by a panel of outside experts had raised a rather controversial finding due to the involvement of Mexican Military.
New photos were included in the report showing evidences that the dead bodies of some students were bound in a similar pattern as Mexican Military, specifically the marines.
In a report from Fox News, the Mexican Military together with the police and prosecutor had falsify the investigation. The experts were then formed way back in 2015 to investigate the abduction of the missing students.
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Mexican Military’s Allegedly Involved In Student Abduction
An initial report from the outside experts showed that the students were abducted by local police officials from a bus way back in Sept. 26, 2014. The students were turned over to local drug gang, who allegedly burned the students. Pieces of burned bones were found near a garbage dump. The bones found were a matched with the missing students.
About a dozen soldiers were initially charged for the mass abduction. These soldiers were actively serving Mexico when their involvement were investigated.
“The hiding of things and the obvious insistence on denying things have prevented getting to the truth”, Carlos Beristain said in an interview. He was one of the outside panel for the investigation.