Four months after 43 students from the Ayotzinapa Normal School were forcefully disappeared by the local police and a drug gang, the Mexican authorities are ready to close the case. The Mexican federal prosecutor said that the version of the events in which the students were killed, incinerated in a dump, and their remains disposed of in a river is a "historical truth." But the parents of the missing are firm on their doubts about what authorities have said. They still believe that federal forces participated in the disappearance, and plan to continue escalating their protests until their sons are returned alive — even if it means confronting the army themselves.
Parents Storm a Military Base: Mexico's Missing Students (Dispatch 2)
Parents of the 43 missing students storm a military base in the city of Iguala as the federal case is set to come a close.