Wednesday, November 12, 2014

México/Argentina: Forensic Team Finds No Remains Belonging to 43 Missing University Students

According to The Latin American Tribune, the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team (EAFF), the unit is conducting an independent investigation into the disappearance of the 43 university students in México, has said that none of the remains have been linked to the 43 missing student teachers.

EAAF said in a statement that from October 5 onwards, in agreement with the missing students’ families and at the request of state and national civil society organizations, it has been acting as an independent expert in the case.

The statement clarifies that EAAF professionals have been appointed as experts in the corresponding preliminary investigation and have access to the examination of relevant evidence and will issue their own conclusions.

This is EAFF’s first official statement in the case of the 43 students who went missing on the evening of September 26.

EAAF experts exhumed two of the 30 remains recovered from Cerro Viejo/Pueblo Viejo in Iguala, state of Guerrero, and conducted forensic examination on all of them.
 

COMMENT: Now, a provocative question. What if the missing 43 teaching students are never found or recovered? 

What impact, if any, does this have on the Mexican presidency of Enrique Peña Nieto, or does the disappearance of 20,000 Mexicans since 2006, who were well-loved by their families who continue to miss them, really don’t matter?

Please see the below link:

http://stayingsafeabroad.blogspot.com/2014/11/if-you-read-nothing-else-today-read-this 

The Mexican government, which has a reputation for treating its own citizens as if they have no rights at all, as demonstrated by Mexico City’s inability to find 43 missing teaching students who went missing on September 26, 2014, while in police custody.

EAAF reported that genetic results obtained from the laboratory, The Bode Technology Group, United States, on 24 of the 30 remains, revealed NO biological relationships with the 43 missing.

Work is being continued on the remaining six and results are expected momentarily.

EAAF also exhumed one of the nine remains recovered by the prosecution in the town of La Parota/Cerro de Lomas de Zapatero, Iguala, and have been authorized by the national prosecutor to conduct forensic tests.

So far, no identification of remains have been made from the remains recovered from three Mexican towns said the Argentine team, and added that it continues its efforts in the investigative process.

EAAF reported that genetic results obtained from the laboratory, The Bode Technology Group, United States, on 24 of the 30 remains, revealed NO biological relationships with the 43 missing.

Forensic analysis is being continued on the remaining six; results are expected shortly.

EAAF also exhumed one of the nine remains recovered by the prosecution in the town of La Parota/Cerro de Lomas de Zapatero, Iguala, and have been authorized by the national prosecutor to conduct forensic tests.

So far no identifications have been made from the remains recovered from the three towns said the Argentine team, and added that it continues its efforts in the investigative process.

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