Maria de los Angeles Pineda
Ayotzinapa: A Timeline of the Mass Disappearance That Has Shaken Mexico
VICE News has closely followed the case of 43 missing teaching students in Mexico's Guerrero state. To help readers unfamiliar with this story, here is what we know so far.
The Executioners: What the Government Hasn’t Revealed About the Mexico Student Massacre
Cartel members interrogated by authorities claim dozens of people — more than authorities admit — were attacked and killed because the cartel believed a rival gang was attempting to enter Iguala.
Melissa del Pozo, Hans-Maximo Musielik, and Rafael Castillo
Mexican Ex-Mayor's Wife Facing Organized Crime Charges Related to the Missing Students
Maria de los Angeles Pineda allegedly paid off the drug gang Guerreros Unidos using funds from inside city hall in Iguala, Guerrero, in a sign of the depth of collusion between crime and local officials that exists in many regions of Mexico.
Officials Say the 43 Students Missing In Mexico Were Incinerated
Mexican Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam said Friday the 43 students were likely executed and burned for hours in a dump near the town where they disappeared.
crime & drugs
Political Power Couple Wanted In Student Massacre Arrested In Mexico City
The mayor's wife is considered the "chief operator" of the Guerreros Unidos in Iguala, where local police attacked students and disappeared 43.