Aug 15, 2012

Mothers share their anguish at losses to Mexico's violence

LA Times: In L.A. on the Caravan for Peace, they tell of sons and daughters whohave vanished or been murdered. They blame corruption and greed at home but also the U.S. craving for drugs.

Steve Lopez. Araceli Magdalena Rodriguez remembers precisely when her son first said he wanted to be a policeman. She went to the market one day in their community near Puebla, Mexico, when he was 4 years old and returned home empty-handed after a pickpocket stole her wallet. Read more.

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