Americas Mexico's missing students expose nexus of crime and politics

Patience is wearing thin among activists seeking the return of 43 Mexican students that went missing last month. Some accuse the government of trying to buy time, and fear a return of guerrilla violence in Guerrero.

By , McClatchy

Jorge Dan Lopez/Reuters

In what some critics believe is a political miscalculation, President Enrique Peña Nieto’s government has mustered only tepid action to resolve the case of 43 missing student teachers who disappeared nearly a month ago, hoping the scandal will blow over.