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> Protesters marched through the streets of Guadalajara, Mexico shouting, where are the dissapeared? And holding up signs demanding justice. The demonstrations erupted in Mexico after officials earlier this week said that the bodies of three missing film students were dissolved in acid by cartel members who confused them for members of a rival gang.
Javier Salomon Aceves, Jesus Daniel Diaz and March Francisco Avalos, who had been missing since March were kidnapped by at least six cartel members after their car broke down. But protestors say this is part of a larger epidemic plaguing Mexico.>> The case of our three classmates isn't the only one.
Our state, Jalisco, is second in the number of disappearances and third for missing young people. So more focus has to be put on the issue and nobody has done anything. And this could happen to any of us.>> So far two people have been arrested in the investigation while an anonymous source told Reuters that the investigators are analyzing more human remains found where the student's bodies were dissolved.
Prosecutors said gunman from the Jalisco New Generation Cartel were responsible. A gang that according to the US has become the most powerful in Mexico.