8/24/15 Latino Post
There are about 25,000 people who have gone missing in Mexico since 2006, but according to relatives of the missing persons, the government is not doing anything about it. In a report by the Los Angeles Times, it is not clear how many of the missing persons are victims of foul play, but many of them are feared dead, nonetheless.
One of the most high-profile cases happened just last year, when 43 students from a rural school in Guerrero were hauled off by the police.They were believed to have been working with a drug gang. The act of taking the said children caused national and international outrage from citizens and various human rights groups.
Fox News Latino also reported that of the over 25,000 disappearances in Mexico, more than half of them happened during the administration of President Enrique Pena Nieto which started only in December 2012.