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Mexico Investigation Unearths More Mass Graves, but Still No Answers


Mexico Investigation Unearths More Mass Graves, but Still No Answers

Deirdre Fulton, staff writer

The search for 43 college students who vanished in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero 10 months ago has turned up at least 60 clandestine graves and 129 bodies, the Associated Press revealed Monday.


But the report didn’t say what the budget is, or what the salaries are. They may be abysmal, and we don’t have the information we’d need to render any fair judgment. It would be great to have that information.

I would love to hear more reports on this from CD so we know what’s really happening, because anything to do with “leftists” in the corporate media is almost guaranteed to be not only wrong but disinformation.


Yes, particularly the claim the the students were mistaken for a rival drug gang. The students from this college were well-known for their public protest against the control drug lords have over these (and many other rural) communities.
Mexico has become collateral damage in the supposed war on (for) drugs.


If you would like to know about the depth of Mexican courption see Señora Hernandez’s NarcoLand. Bear in mind, the U.S. has the ability to listen in on all electronic communications…so we know all about it, or our intelligence community does. Local reporters are killed when they publish it.
The corruption is on both sides of the boarder of course.