A report done by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights revealed new information about the students who disappeared from Iguala last year. Last September, students from Ayotzinapa teacher’s college became under attack from police in Iguala, a city in the Mexican state of Guerrero. There were six deaths, and 43 students were reported missing and then killed by a local drug gang, according to the Mexican government. The recent report proved that many aspects of the government’s claim were false, including the reason for the attack and the fact that it was believed only a few corrupt officers were involved. Investigators discovered that local, state, and federal police were all involved with the attack and many key pieces of evidence were destroyed by the government. Our hearts reach out to the families of those affected by this tragedy, and we hope for the truth surrounding this incident to be discovered soon. Click here to read more about the news report.