3/22/16 BBC News
Now, 18 months on, Mexicans are little wiser as to what happened that night. But one thing that is certain is the involvement of corrupt police in their disappearance.
Fast-forward just a few months from those events in Iguala, and President Enrique Pena Nieto was caught up in a scandal of his own. Dubbed the “White House scandal“, questions were raised about how the private house of the president and his wife was acquired.
And just a few weeks ago it was revealed that one member of Mexico’s public function ministry, charged with government oversight and accountability, had a dinner of champagne and caviar at London department store Harrods as part of the daily travel allowance last year.