Why 43 students disappeared in Mexico may never be known
On April 26, thousands took to the streets, angered by the government's handling of an investigation into 43 missing students.
It comes days after a scathing report was released by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. It was investigating the disappearance of the trainee teachers, who were last seen in Sept. 2014.
Francisco Cox is a member of the panel that issued the report. He is a Chilean human rights and criminal lawyer who believes the International report into the 43 missing Mexican students was not as revelatory as it could have been. Cox alleges Mexican officials stymied the independent investigation.
This segment was produced by The Current's Ines Colabrese.
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