Victims’ Families Continue to Search for Truth and Justice Washington, DC—Four years after 43 students from Ayotzinapa, Mexico were attacked by Mexican security forces and forcibly disappeared on September 26, 2014, the Mexican government has failed to determine their whereabouts or secure convictions for those responsible. The Peña Nieto administration continues to defend its thoroughly discredited theory of what happened to the students, leaving the victims’ families to search for the truth about the fate of their missing loved ones. Pointing to grave irregularities in the government’s official probe . . .
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