The former deputy police chief in Iguala was allegedly on the payroll of an organized crime group and has been on the lam since the 43 students vanished last September.
"We came here to appeal to peoples' consciousness, and to other parents. We are looking for help in order to get our government to actually do what they're supposed to do."
Throughout Latin America, Canadian mining companies are acting with impunity and may have used paramilitary criminal organizations to dispose of anyone in their way.
VICE News went to Guerrero, Mexico, to report on the protests that have erupted since the high-profile disappearance of 43 students who are now presumed dead.
Mexican authorities have placed 11 people in maximum security prisons for protesting the disappearance of 43 teaching students in the country.