They identify the remains of one of the Ayotzinapa normalists who disappeared in 2014

The Mexican attorney general announced Tuesday that she identified skeletal remains of one of the Ayotzinapa students who, along with 42 other people, disappeared in 2014 from police officers from the Iguala community.

The skeletal remains, which are located in the municipality of Cocula in the state of Guerrero in November 2019, correspond to Christian Alfonso Rodríguez.

This is the third student identified to date after Alexander Mora Venancio and Jhosivani Guerrero de la Cruz, whose bones were found in a plastic bag in the San Juan River in the same region.

They identify the remains of one of the Ayotzinapa normalists who disappeared in 2014
They identify the remains of one of the Ayotzinapa normalists who disappeared in 2014

The analysis was carried out by the Medical University of Innsbruck in Austria, which, according to the expert opinion of the public prosecutor and the Argentine forensic anthropology team involved in the operation, will receive a further delivery of skeletal remains.

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