The Washington Post, 6/14/12
But police weren’t making an arrest. Prosecutors say they apparently were taking orders from criminals. Just hours after the three were seized, they were found asphyxiated and beaten to death….
One assumes that in some cities … the municipal police work for the drug cartels,” said Jorge Chabat an expert on security and drug trafficking at the Center for Economic Research and Teaching. “But what is different here is that there is a video. It’s not the same thing to imagine that this going on, and to see it.”