Investigating an apparent culture of impunity that allows some in Mexican law enforcement to detain and kill at will
Over the past decade Mexico has been beset by violence, as the state has battled drug cartels and criminal gangs for control of the streets.
But critics say this endemic conflict has created a culture of impunity in law enforcement, with even ordinary citizens now routinely subjected to human rights abuses. So what lies behind Mexico’s troubled relationship with justice?
In Mexico: Land of Impunity journalist and author Diego Osorno teamed up with filmmaker Luciano Gorriti to explore the role of the state in a country where authorities and criminals often appear to play by the same rules.