Families of missing Mexico students march for justice

Mexico's attorney general said she would seek a new investigation

MEXICO (NBC News) – Families of 43 Mexican student teachers, who went missing last year, marched on Saturday to keep their memories alive on the first anniversary of their disappearance.

The march in Mexico City was held to send the message that families and supporters of the missing are demanding justice.

The march took place just days after parents of the students met with Mexico’s president seeking answers into the whereabouts of their loved ones.

A spokesman for the families said millions of Mexicans are not willing to let anyone get away with crime.

Parents are deeply skeptical of the government’s version of events and investigations into the suspected massacre.

A recent report by international human rights experts found that the government’s probe was deeply flawed, and asserted that the supposed incineration in a garbage dump never happened.

Mexico’s attorney general has said she would seek a new investigation to determine the facts.

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