Fox News Latino, 1/2/2013
The 25,000 missing persons in Mexico’s war on organized crime remains “an open wound” for their families that the government must heal, Alicia Calderon, director of a documentary on the subject, said. “A truth commission would be a first step toward solving all these cases. We have to fight to make the government come up with specific policies, because it has the obligation to heal the wounds it inflicted,” the journalist said in an interview with Efe. “Retratos de una Busqueda” (Portraits of a Search) shows the battle of mothers trying to discover the whereabouts of sons and daughters who went missing in the war on organized crime.