In Mexico, fear as victims vanish at hands of police

The disappearance of 43 students at the hands of Iguala police on Sept. 26, 2014, began to unveil the scope of police involvement in Mexico’s nearly 26,000 recorded disappearances since 2007. Amid national outrage over the students’ abduction, hundreds of families came forward at an Iguala church to report their missing relatives, many of the cases involving the complicity of police.


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