Fight against organized crime in Mexico still ongoing

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Over six months later and a group of 43 students that went missing in Mexico are still nowhere to be found. Witnesses reported seeing police officers forcing the students into their cars and then taking them away to a police station in Iguala, Mexico. They were never seen again. CCTV America’s Jim Spellman has more on the families’ quest for answers.

Fight against organized crime in Mexico still ongoing

Fight against organized crime in Mexico still ongoing

Over six months later and a group of 43 students that went missing in Mexico are still nowhere to be found. Witnesses reported seeing police officers forcing the students into their cars and then taking them away to a police station in Iguala, Mexico. They were never seen again. CCTV America's Jim Spellman has more on the families' quest for answers.


Christopher Wilson from Mexico Institute on broader issue in Mexico

The case of these missing students highlights a broader issue in Mexico, and that is the fight against crime. CCTV America interviewed Christopher Wilson. He’s a senior associate at the Mexico Institute, part of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

Christopher Wilson from Mexico Institute on broader issue in Mexico

Christopher Wilson from Mexico Institute on broader issue in Mexico

The case of these missing students highlights a broader issue in Mexico, and that is the fight against crime. CCTV America interviewed Christopher Wilson. He's a senior associate at the Mexico Institute, part of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.