Mexico Discovers Another Mass Grave Linked to the 43 Missing Students

Mexico Discovers Another Mass Grave Linked to the 43 Missing Students
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It's been over three months since 43 innocent students were kidnapped and brutally murdered in Guerrero, Mexico. In November, 11 bodies were discovered by Mexican authorities.

Fox News Latino reports that on Tuesday, 10 more bodies and 11 severed heads were found in clandestine graves. Authorities say the heads were inside four black plastic bags.

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Many, including Guillermo del Toro who penned an open letter along with Alfonso Cuaron and Alejandro González Iñarritu, have been outraged by this tragedy.

"The federal government argues that these events are all just local violence," del Toro read during a ceremony. "Not so."

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"We believe that these crimes are systemic and indicate a much greater evil — the blurred lines between organized crime and high-ranking officers in the Mexican government," he continued. "We must demand the answers about this, and we must do it now."