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GIEI: there was no cremation in Cocula

FINAL AYOTZINAPA REPORT By: Emir Olivares Alonso and José Antonio Román The Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (GIEI) for the Ayotzinapa case did not find “one single piece of evidence” for assuring that the 43 students of that rural teachers…

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Forensic anthropologists publish report on Cocula garbage dump

* The objective is to encourage scientific and informed debate about the students’ whereabouts By: José Antonio Román The Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team (EAAF, its initials in Spanish) decided to place at the disposition of public opinion the entire report…

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Guerrero police and Ayotzinapa students clash

Normalistas and police clash on the Chilpancingo-Tixtla Highway  By: Sergio Ocampo Arista, Correspondent Tixtla, Guerrero A dozen normalistas [1] and six state police, including two women, were beaten, besides a cargo truck burned, during a confrontation that occurred this Tuesday…

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Ayotzinapa Report

THEY DIDN’T BURN THEM By: Blanche Petrich and Emir Olivares The report containing the alternative investigation that the Inter-disciplinary Group of Independent Experts (GIEI, its initials in Spanish) carried out into the Ayotzinapa Case –43 enforced disappearances, six murdered and…

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Ayotzinapa: key pieces of the official version fall apart

A Special Report By: Anabel Hernández and Steve Fisher A key piece in the version that the PGR has published after the disappearance of 43 Ayotzinapa students is that the students were detained and taken to the base of the…

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Movement for change coming from the Iguala case

A MOVEMENT FOR CHANGE IS BEING ARTICULATED FROM THE EVENTS IN IGUALA  By: Blanche Petrich The five popular municipal committees that were installed yesterday in different Guerrero municipios, and another 20 more that are being prepared, are part of the…

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Bishop Vera re: Massacre of Ayotzinapa Students

Raul Vera: Ayotzinapa / Acteal, “a message from the state to intimidate the insurgents” Massacring social strugglers, “a habit” in Mexico: Raúl Vera By fabbia @ desinformemonos Mexico. “I don’t believe it is organized crime; it’s something else. This is a message…

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