LA JORNADA — With the [PGR, Attorney General’s Office] return to the Cocula garbage dump hypothesis and the delays in the Iguala case investigations, the federal government intends to conclude the second term of the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (IGIE) [which gave an interim report yesterday] without positive results, said the parents of the 43 Ayotzinapa students.
MV Note: The IGIE began its work in March 2015 for an agreed upon six-month period. It submitted its initial report in September of last year, in which it rejected, on scientific grounds, the possibility of the “historical truth” presented by the PGR the previous January, that the 43 students had been killed and their bodies burned in a dump in Cocula, near Iguala. Subsequently, the Mexican government agreed to a second six-month term. It ends April 30. There is the possibility of another extension, but the Mexican government has indicated it will oppose that.
Abrajam Gaspar Bernabe and Epifanio Alvarez Carbajal, parents of two young people disappeared in the September 26 and 27, 2014 events, ratified the IGIE warning about the obstacles and challenges they face to continue the investigation on the alleged perpetrators of the Iguala case and find out the whereabouts of the young people.