Top Investigator in Case of Missing Students in Mexico Resigns

09/14/16 The New York Times

16755068770_143d2d4146_o.jpgMEXICO CITY — The chief of criminal investigations for Mexico’s attorney general resigned late Wednesday amid an internal affairs inquiry into his office’s handling of the case of 43 college students who vanished nearly two years ago.

A brief government statement said the attorney general, Arely Gómez González, had accepted the resignation of Tomás Zerón de Lucio from his post as head of criminal investigations, and “wished him success in his personal and professional projects.”

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