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Justice for Victims of Violent Crime in Mexico is Rare. Can the Deaths of Nine Mormons Change That?

Justice for Victims of Violent Crime in Mexico is Rare. Can the Deaths of Nine Mormons Change That?

The Washington Post

The number of homicides in Mexico rose to 33,341 last year, while 40,000 people were reported missing. A 2019 report by the group Justice in Mexico, based at the University of San Diego, attributed a “third to a half” of the violence “to the presence of organized crime groups, particularly drug trafficking organizations.”

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