Sep 19, 2015

Parents of 43 Missing Mexican Students Question 2nd Positive ID of Remains

Latin American Herald Tribune: The spokesman for the parents of 43 trainee teachers who went missing nearly a year ago in southern Mexico on Thursday called into question the latest positive identification of human remains by a laboratory in Austria, saying there is insufficient “certainty” that they are those of one of the students.

The extent of the genetic match between one of the burned samples that Mexican authorities say was found in a trash dump and the DNA of teacher trainee Jhosivani Guerrero de la Cruz’s mother is “very low,” said the spokesman, Felipe de la Cruz. Read more.

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