Evidence strongly suggests that some state institutions, including the police,
have been infiltrated by organized crime. Meanwhile, elite families maintain
powerful control over public institutions that have neglected poor, rural,
and indigenous populations, feeding both cartel recruitment and popular
discontent. If Guerrero’s citizens are no longer surprised by the regularity with
which atrocities are committed, by now they are also used to the state justice
system’s nearly comprehensive failure to hold perpetrators to criminal account.
The Open Society Justice Initiative, in partnership with the Center for Human
Rights Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez (Centro de Derechos Humanos Miguel
Agustín Pro Juárez) and the Center for Human Rights of the Mountain
Tlachinollan (Centro de Derechos Humanos de la Montaña Tlachinollan), set
out to understand the dimensions of Guerrero’s serious crime problem—
specifically killings, enforced disappearances, and torture—and to identify
the reasons that Guerrero’s criminal justice system has so badly failed the
victims of these crimes. The resulting report provides the first comprehensive
analysis of the political will and technical capacity in the state to investigate,
prosecute, and hold fair trials for alleged perpetrators of killings, enforced
disappearances, and torture.
It’s a free and direct PDF download and it’s on this link. Well worth your time, this is the type of thing you need to read before you start ranting, not afterwards. It’s what I do.