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    night in order for his wife, Maria de los Angeles Pineda to have a peaceful and protest-free event. Investigators also discovered the chief of police to be involved with the crime as well. On September 28 just two days after the attack, twenty-two municipal officers were arrested, however the chief of police, Mayor Abarca and his wife were nowhere to be found. Abarca and his wife quickly disappeared and were not discovered and arrested until November 4th in a run-down house in Mexico City, nearly two months after the tragedy. Maria de los Angeles Pineda was discovered to have family relations with the drug cartel “Guerreros Unidos”, including fundings toward the drug cartel. However because of the corruption that takes place in Mexico, it is often normal to hear if the government is associated with drug cartels. President Pena Nieto had canceled a recent trip to Guerrero which many Mexican citizens interpreted as showing a lack of importance toward the case. When asked about the incident of the 43 missing students, President Pena Nieto said, “The state government must assume its own responsibility to face what’s happen” (Gibler). In Vamik Volkan’s Bloodlines, he…

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    In September of 2014, 43 students, all male, from the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers’ College in Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico went missing. They were stopped by local police, and possibly handed over to a local crime syndicate whom presumably killed them. While not only local police have been found to be involved, but also federal authorities, and possibly Iguala’s mayor and wife, whom fled once the investigation began. This may have been in response to the students’ social activism – a statement to…

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    A Mexican navy official apologized to the public for the confusion over the reports about a young girl trapped in the rubble of a collapsed school in Mexico City after this week's earthquake. The search for a 12-year-old thought to be trapped in a Mexico City elementary school ended Thursday with the news that all students have been accounted for. But rescuers will continue their work, as signs suggest that someone may still be alive in the rubble, officials said. The news brought an abrupt end…

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    On September 26, 2014, about one hundred students and many bystanders were attacked in Iguala, a city in the state of Guerrero, Mexico by local police forces. The students were on a caravan of busses headed to Iguala from Ayotzinapa to Mexico City to protest against the political and criminal disturbance of a corrupt government. A few students and bystanders were killed by gun fire, and many students fled during the first and second round of shootings that took place that evening. There was no…

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    During these matches, the commentators stress how the steel of cells have “no give” and feel “no pity” when a wrestler’s body is slammed into them. (Vargas, 3). Internal conflict has always been a primary point in wrestling for the storylines. “A heel is a villain in the ring, a rule breaker who cheats to win, whereas a baby face, or face for short, is the hero of a storyline.” (Vargas, 3) There can be storylines that use “real life context” and “wrapped into an elaborate wrestling storyline.”…

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    Student protesters in Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico have long dealt with heavy-handed police officers. But on the night of September 26, 2014, students who attended the Raul Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers College of Ayotzinapa realized they were facing a far worse danger in this southern city. According to an article from the Huffington Post, the students took several buses and traveled to Iguala that day to hold a protest at a conference led by the mayor's wife. During the journey local police…

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    My story in Mexico Guerrero is about a kid that lived with his grandma she take care of him for so many years he was 3 years old when she take him away from his mother because he couldn't stay with his mother his mother had mental problems and his grandma had terror that if he stayed with his mother she could do something bad to him.That kid grow up and he had to help his grandma in that house he learn how to used differents types of equipments in the lands. He learn that not to accept staff…

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    place, dartboards with rusted darts embroidered with rust still stuck in the board hung on the dark walls. I walked in, and sat down. I ordered a drink and looked around. Same people, as always, due the the flamboyant style of the bar. It was a small village, almost barricaded and completely isolated from the rest of the world by the huge mountains formed by the crater that we inhabit. Some say the remains of the meteorite make you deranged, and act as such. Just common superstition, many…

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    Laurie Ann Guerrero’s Ode to El Cabrito can be perceived many different ways, but any way the reader may look at this poem it is captivating through its incredible word play and powerful imagery. When reading Ode to El Cabrito it is obvious that if the reader was to perceive it latently then it would basically mean that Guerrero was making a fresh batch of cabrito which in Mexican heritage is a roasted kid goat. Therefore, when Guerrero says “I tear away your muscle, bubbling fat, and warm…

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    Throughout the many years of my life, there have been many inspirational people who have impacted me personally, but the person who stood out the most to me has been Diane Guerrero. Guerrero is an actress that plays a role in the show Orange Is the New Black known as Maritza Ramos and in the show Jane the Virgin as Lina. What amazes me the most about her is how she was able to overcome the difficult circumstances that she had to face alone, due to her parents who were deported when Guerrero was…

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