Investigators Reject Mexico's Theory About Missing Students
A new report pokes holes in the official theory about what happened to the 43 Mexican students who were kidnapped in Iguala last year.By Matt Picht | September 7, 2015
Almost one year ago, 43 students who were protesting job discrimination disappeared near the Mexican city of Iguala.
The Mexican government's official theory is that the students were abducted, killed and cremated by a local gang. But an independent investigation says that theory is full of holes. (Video via TeleSur)
Experts working for the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights have picked apart the official investigation, citing mishandled evidence, contradictory or tainted testimony and serious oversights.