Mexicans Protest Crime, Corruption Hundreds of thousands of people thronged Mexico City's streets Sunday to protest a rise in crime and kidnappings, despite efforts to reform an under-funded and corruption-riddled police force. Observers called the protests a showing of disappointment in the government's efforts to combat crime. NPR's Gerry Hadden reports.
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Hundreds of thousands of people thronged Mexico City's streets Sunday to protest a rise in crime and kidnappings, despite efforts to reform an under-funded and corruption-riddled police force. Observers called the protests a showing of disappointment in the government's efforts to combat crime. NPR's Gerry Hadden reports.