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nnova Mexican government investigation into the abduction and apparent massacre of forty three students in riddled with flaws according to a review by Reuters , students went missing in the southwestern town of Iguala Max number killed apparently by drug gangs working in league with corrupt police , remains that were allegedly burned beyond recognition our talk to be the student , Mr for example video footage of security cameras in the area where some of your students learn math team has vanished , the neighborhood there that their attorney downstream and never give any other information about the case nearly a year on Mexicans are still demanding answers , and independent team of experts have also been reviewing the case are on and they report their findings someday