Outrage after kidnapped Mexican students dissolved in acid

Three Mexican film students who went missing in Guadalajara in Jalisco State Mexico were kidnapped tortured killed and dissolved in acid

Three Mexican film students who went missing in Guadalajara in Jalisco State Mexico were kidnapped tortured killed and dissolved in acid

Three missing students are dead after criminals in Mexico beat them to death and dissolved their bodies in acid, according to police.

The victims-Salomon Aceves Gastelum, Daniel Diaz and Marco Avalos-journeyed outside the city of Guadalajara to shoot a project for the University of Audiovisual Media, AFP reported.

With nearly 8,000 people killed in Mexico since the start of 2018, the news of the murder of three young film students Monday has made Mexicans say "enough".

According to witnesses, heavily armed men posing as police officers accosted the students after their auto broke down.

Mexican officials said Jalisco New Generation Cartel members mistook Javier Aceves, 25, Marco García, 20, and Daniel Díaz, 20, as members of a rival drug cartel when they kidnapped the men March 19.

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Three Mexican film students were tortured, killed and had their bodies dissolved in acid last month by criminals who believed they were part of a rival gang, police said Monday.

At least eight members of the Jalisco Nueva Generacion Cartel were keeping an eye on the house, and made a decision to kidnap and murder them, thinking they were part of the rival group.

The Jalisco New Generation Cartel members were disguised as police officers and kidnapped the three students when their vehicle broke down nearby.

Residents held a vigil Monday, April 23, 2018, to remember the three Mexican students brutally killed last month. Then the other two were killed. Their disappearance prompted protests across the country and even gained attention from Academy Award-winning director Guillermo del Toro.

Authorities found more than 20 genetic profiles in a house in Tonala apparently used by the Jalisco New Generation Cartel to dissolve bodies of their murdered enemies, where 46 containers with sulfuric acid were found. There are now more than 33,000 people missing in Mexico, a number that has exploded along with the murder rate as the country struggles to rein in brutal violence linked to drug trafficking.

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