Friday, December 16, 2011
Five bodies, including those of three high school students, have been unearthed at the headquarters of a university student group in Guadalajara, Mexico
The massacre is the latest bout of violence targeting youngsters in the drug-torn nation – and raises questions of where there is sanctuary against the country's lawlessness. State officials said that relatives had identified three bodies found near the University of Guadalajara as those of high school students reported missing with two other people. It is believed all five had gone to the Federation of Guadalajara Students' headquarters to complain about the amount of money they were being charged to sell snacks outside a campus. There were no details as to how they were murdered. Violent groups are commonplace at Mexican universities.