Mexican government affirms that students burned at dump

Mexico’s attorney general’s office remained convinced on Monday that many of the 43 students who disappeared in 2014 were killed and incinerated at a garbage dump, one day after an independent experts’ report said it did not happen. Tomas Zeron, the director of its criminal investigation agency, said there could have been errors in the investigation but they remain confident in the forensic science and the conclusion, adding that 100 investigators were involved. “We can’t be wrong,” Zeron said on Enfoque Radio Monday. Zeron’s office has been one of the principal actors in the investigation of the students’ disappearance Sept. 26, 2014, in the southern state of Guerrero.



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