Mexico's disappeared – Beyond the drug war's mounting death toll, a growing group of victims is drawing increased attention. More than 5,300 people have disappeared in the past five years, Mexico's National Human Rights Commission reports. Alfonso Moreno, whose son went missing a year ago, is one of many parents who have become vocal members of a national peace movement.
Mexico's disappeared – Alejandro Moreno disappeared about an hour from the Mexico-U.S. border last January. The IBM systems engineer left a trail of clues that his parents have tried to follow. His father, Alfonso Moreno, says he has more information than authorities do. "Unfortunately, organized crime is organized," he says. "Our authorities aren't."
Mexico's disappeared – In addition to information about his son's case, Alfonso Moreno keeps pictures and descriptions of others who disappeared the same way, driving on highways near the northern city of Monterrey. He knows their stories as well as his son's. Off the top of his head, he can rattle off the dates they went missing.