FOX NEWS LATINO — MEXICO CITY (AP) – Argentine forensic experts who have studied a dump in southern Mexico where government officials claim the bodies of 43 missing students were burned said Saturday that results from a new investigation of the site are incomplete and inconclusive.
The Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team released a statement saying the latest investigation by a team of experts “neither confirms nor denies” the official version of what happened to the students from the Rural Normal School at Ayotzinapa.
The Argentines were called in shortly after the teachers’ college students disappeared in Iguala in Guerrero state on Sept. 26, 2014. An investigation by Mexico’s government concluded they were killed by a local drug gang after being confused with members of a rival group. They were purportedly taken by corrupt local police and handed over to the gang, which incinerated their bodies at a dump in the nearby town of Cocula and threw the remains into a river.
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