Justice in Mexico


On behalf of the Trans-Border Institute (TBI) at the University of San Diego, we are pleased to share with you our November 2010 news report from the Justice in Mexico Project.  Here are a few highlights:

  • Ejecuciones surpass 10,000 for 2010, on track to top 12,000
  • Former governor of Colima assassinated outside his home
  • La Barbie formally charged; still faces possible extradition to US
  • Preparations for unified police model move forward as legislation is held up in Congress
  • Mexico’s low position in Corruption Index raises attention to issue
  • Mexican authorities say allegations of corruption against former Chihuahua State Prosecutor Patricia González Appear Unfounded
  • Millions of dollars in unpaid fines against public functionaries
  • Greater accountability  demanded from Mexico’s Social Security Institute
  • Study finds several government institutions to lack accountability

Also, as always, remember that our monthly reports, as well as our latest drug violence maps, are available on our project website (www.justiceinmexico.org).


Click here for full report.

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