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It has been more than a months since the disappearance of 43 students in Mexico, state of Guerrero. The Mexican officials make 4 new arrests but they still don’t know where all the missing students are. They have no clues whatsoever if the 43 missing students are still alive.
Jesus Murillio, Mexico’s Attorney General said that the 4 new arrests the officials made are part of the Guerreros Unidos gang, who are being held responsible for the disappearance of the students from the town of Iguala. The 43 students have been gone missing since September. Members of the Guerreros Unidos cartel are currently in custody but authorities believe the gang has many members spread across the country.
There have been speculations and rumors of a massacre which lead to the arrest gang members and 60 corrupted police officers. But there still no signs of the students after they had an altercation with the police and disappeared under very mysterious circumstances.
The authorities have found charred bodies in the communal graves of Iguala but DNA testing proved that the bodies do not belong to the students.
The Mexican media has made recent reports about a new gravesite near Iguala where the students might be. The gravesite is said to be guarded by the military.
The 4 new arrests linked to the disappearance of 43 students are still being investigated and police has not released any further details.
On the night the students disappeared, six people were killed and dozens more were seriously injured after the police and other armed civilians started to open fire on three buses that were filled with students.
Six people were killed at the scene and dozens were wounded the night of September 26, after police and armed civilians opened fire on three buses filled with students. The reasons for this incident are still unknown but reports say that the police handed the missing student to the dangerous cartel gang. The 43 students were last seen in police custody in the town of Iguala.
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