Few elements exemplifies the inaccuracies of drug death
tallies more than taking in to account the “disappeared”. It is perplexing why Mexico or human rights
advocacy groups separate the missing into varied groups thus leading to greater
confusion. This article highlights the
figure at 5300, however it is known that economic migrants of Central America
go missing at the rate of 10K plus per year.
In 2011 in the first six months the figure had surpassed 10K. In the state of Coahuila the foundation FUUNEC founded for
the purpose of advocacy for the missing, have placed pressure on the government
to acknowledge and address the issue and today Rueben Moreira Governor of
Coahuila revealed 1600 persons are known to be missing in the state. Paz, Chivis
The blue plastic envelope is packed with papers: security camera photos, cell phone records, business cards and letters asking for help.
They have been searching for him ever since.
|Maria Herrera; four of her children have disappeared on gold buying trips|
"I have more than the authorities do," he says. "Unfortunately, organized crime is organized. Our authorities aren't."
|The FUUNEC organization appeals to President Calderon|
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