In Mexico, families fight red tape to find the missing

When 12 young bar goers vanished in the heart of Mexico City three months ago, their relatives rushed to hospitals and police stations desperately searching for missing loved ones.

Frustrated with the investigation’s slow progress, the families blocked streets in protest, won meetings with the city’s attorney general and barged into his press conferences when they felt they were being neglected.

On Tuesday, a Mexican official said 12 of 13 bodies found in a mass grave outside the capital last week were identified as the kidnap victims, but the relatives asked independent Argentine forensic experts to confirm it.

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