Governor of southern Mexico state says bodies found in mass graves are not those of the 43 missing students

The governor of the southern Mexico state where 43 college students disappeared said Saturday that some of the bodies recovered from clandestine graves last weekend did not match the missing students.

Guerrero state Gov. Angel Aguirre gave no details about the DNA of the 28 bodies that were uncovered in clandestine graves last week. CBS News reports that the remains were severely burned and DNA tests are being conducted to identify the dead.

On Sept. 26, 43 local students were taken, but not as a result of organized crime — they were taken by local police officers.

Authorities say that officers rounded up the students who had visited the city from their rural college in Ayotzinapa to solicit donations and drove off with them after two shooting incidents in Iguala in which police gunfire killed six people and left 25 wounded.

Investigators say that a video showed police taking an undetermined number of students from the city after the violence, according to ABC 7…

Must be some other massacre. I gather these are not unusual in Mexico.

(Photo: People protest over the missing students)

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