Dentures were found at the dump where the students were supposedly incinerated, among other anomalies detailed by the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team. The attorney general struck back at the group, calling its assertions "speculation."
Locals in Chilacachapa told a Mexican newspaper that the Guerreros Unidos cartel rode through their town and carried away 25 people to help them against students "who were going to start a revolution." It is unclear what aid they gave the gang.
The independent team said in a statement it could not verify the government's claim that a bone belonging to Ayotzinapa student Alexander Mora was indeed recovered from the Cocula river.