EspañolA key figure in the 2014 Ayotzinapa case involving the disappearance of 43 students stepped down this Wednesday, September 14 after a wave of criticism regarding a lack of new information and results.
Chief of the Criminal Investigation Agency Thomas Zerón Lucio resigned following five months of complaints from parents unsatisfied with the progress of the case.
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The dismissal comes just 24 hours after lab results were released showing that it was impossible to burn 43 people in a single pyre fire as the official line of investigation said.
Source: Aristegui Noticias.