Eight days after the Sept. 26 attacks in Iguala, Guerrero, against more than 50 students, a team of forensics find six mass graves 30 minutes away from where the attacks happened. It should be pointed out that José Luis Abarca, the mayor, and his wife are considered at this point fugitives.
Mexican authorities subsequently announce the bodies found could possibly be those of the missing students. According to local media, investigators found between nine and 20 charred bodies.
This discovery now points the attacks to Guerreros Unidos, a notoriously violent “mini” drug cartel in the state of Guerrero, who broke away from one of the biggest drug cartels in Mexico, the Beltran Leyva cartel. This gang is infiltrated by municipal police departments, corrupt politicians. They also have deep ties to José Luis Abarca and especially his wife María…
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