New investigation over missing students in Mexico: Official account rejected
Sept.7, Mexico City: A new investigation is to take place over disappearance of 43 Mexican students nearly a year ago. An independent investigation on the disappearances has also rejected the government's account of the event.
The government investigation said that the bodies were burned at rubbish after they went missing , but there was no evidence to claim the government support said the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.
After the report of IACHR, a new forensic team would return to the area where the bodies are burnt. The family members and relatives have rejected the official investigation.
The case shocked Mexico and led to weeks of protests against official impunity and the government of President Enrique Pena Nieto.
The Oslo Times