Just as remarkable as the situation is the almost total lack of press coverage.
Mexico’s Torture-Marred Investigation May Not Be Enough To Convict Anyone In Missing 43 Students Case
Some of the 123 suspects may have been tortured into confessing, making it even more difficult to know what really happened.
A member of the outside group investigating the case shares his insights.
Rather than reward the dangerous Hernández regime for subverting the rule of law and punishing those who uphold it, the United States should publicly and forcefully demand the immediate reinstatement of the four judges as a baby step toward restoring judicial independence in Honduras.
Evidence of increased mass-scale deportations since the beginning of Obama's Presidency -- often in violation of immigrants' human rights -- are significantly harming U.S. regional standing in organizations such as the OAS.
The government should also end the unnecessary and inhumane detention of immigrants and instead rely on effective alternatives to detention.
IACHR found that U.S. deportation policy violates fundamental human rights because "it fails to consider evidence concerning the adverse impact of the destruction of families, the best interest of the children of deportees, and other humanitarian causes."