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Mexico disappearances evidence points to military or law enforcement!

 
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02/20/2013 06:54 PM

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Mexico disappearances evidence points to military or law enforcement!
A Human Rights Watch report released Wednesday calls Mexico's anti-drug offensive "disastrous" and cites 249 cases of disappearances, most of which show evidence of having been carried out by the military or law enforcement.

The report says the enforced disappearances follow a pattern in which security forces detain people without warrants at checkpoints, homes or workplaces, or in public. When victims' families ask about their relatives, security forces deny the detentions or instruct them to look for their loved ones at police stations or army bases.

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Re: Mexico disappearances evidence points to military or law enforcement!
The missing include police officers, bricklayers, housewives, lawyers, students, businessmen and more than 1,200 children under age 11. They are listed one by one with such details as name, age, gender and the date and place where the person disappeared.
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02/20/2013 06:59 PM

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Re: Mexico disappearances evidence points to military or law enforcement!
A civic organization released a data base late last year that it said contained official information on more than 20,000 people who had gone missing in Mexico over the previous six years.

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Maybe 20,000 is not a lot for 6 years, but it is huge if it involves military/law instead of your normal, everyday criminals...;( course, there is a fine line between them...
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02/20/2013 07:03 PM

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The government ignored the problem, failed to take steps to stop it and often blamed the victims

State security forces in Mexico have participated in the kidnappings and disappearances of a large number of missing citizens, and the government's failure to investigate most cases only compounds the atrocity

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