Missing Mexican Students Suffered a Night of ‘Terror,’ Investigators Say


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nytimes.com/2016/04/25/world/americas/missing-mexican-students-suffered-a-night-of-terror-investigators-say.html?_r=0

**MEXICO CITY — Municipal police officers encircled the bus, detonated tear gas, punctured the tires and forced the college students who were onboard to get off.

“We’re going to kill all of you,” the officers warned, according to the bus driver. A policeman approached the driver and pointed a pistol at his chest. “You, too,” the officer said.

With a military intelligence official looking on and state and federal police officers in the immediate vicinity, witnesses said, the students were put into police vehicles and taken away. They have not been seen since.**

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That shows that Mexico is corrupt. This sounds like something that would happen in Stalin’s Soviet Union or Nazi Germany. Mexico is supposed to be a democracy, not a totalitarian dictatorship.


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I hope someday they find out what happened to their children.


#4

Praying for these students & their families.


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While searching for the bodies of these missing students, more than sixty other mass graves have been found, and no one even cares. “Oh, well, those aren’t the corpses we’re looking for, gotta keep looking…”

rt.com/news/208619-mexico-mass-graves-students/

telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/centralamericaandthecaribbean/mexico/11765246/Sixty-mass-graves-found-in-search-for-missing-Mexico-students.html

Maybe the United States should use drone warfare to wipe out every last police officer in Mexico, and then proceed to do the same to the cartels. I don’t see how they’re any different than ISIS, and we boast of our supposed efforts to kill them… So why haven’t we declared war on the cartels? Because the American populace needs a steady influx of drugs in order to remain pacified and idiotic?


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