Group kidnapping in Mexico: body of a since 2014, missing students found

With the support of Forensic specialists of the University of Innsbruck identified the Mexican authorities, the body of another student who disappeared almost s

Group kidnapping in Mexico: body of a since 2014, missing students found

With the support of Forensic specialists of the University of Innsbruck identified the Mexican authorities, the body of another student who disappeared almost six years ago, with 42 students in Mexico's southwest. The Ministry of justice announced on Tuesday that the mortal Remains of Christian Alfonso Rodriguez Telumbre could be associated with it.

The bones of the former students of the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers’ College claim to be from a canyon in Cocula. The site is contrary to the previous investigations, originating from the incineration of the corpses in a garbage dump and a subsequent disposal of the Remains in a river.

Telumbre and his fellow students were, on 26.September 2014, on the way to a Demonstration in Iguala in Guerrero state have been kidnapped. Quickly, the suspicion of Igualas mayor, José Luis Abarca Velázquez, and his wife, against what the students wanted to allegedly demonstrate fell. Following the abduction, Abarca Velázquez, is to have the prospective teacher to the drug cartel Guerreros Unidos to pass.

investigation provided indications on the combustion of the students. The identification of two of the Missing, whose Remains were discovered several months later in a river in Cocula, seemed to support the Theory. Now Telumbres mortal Remains were found about 800 meters away, evaluates the Ministry of justice as a turning point for the investigations.

Updated Date: 08 July 2020, 14:20

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