The death of a Mexican woman has sparked outrage among many Americans, especially those who have a strong distrust of the Mexican government.
The shocking and tragic death of Maria Elena Calavera, a Mexican citizen living in Texas, has left the American public outraged.
Many Americans are wondering why the government is investigating her death, given that her family said she was not the target of the crime.
Mexico’s foreign ministry said in a statement that authorities have opened an investigation into Calaveras death, and that the family will receive an official report in the coming days.
While many Mexicans, including some government officials, have accused the United States of not doing enough to protect Mexican citizens from criminal activities in their country, the United Nations Human Rights Council has not issued any condemnation of the murder.
According to the United Nation, the majority of murders in Mexico involve women.
Calavers murder is the second murder-related death in Mexico this year.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has promised to strengthen laws to protect the rights of Mexican citizens, and he has made a series of high-profile trips to the country, where he has visited Mexico City, where a number of high profile homicides have occurred.
In a recent speech to the National Assembly, Pena also pledged to continue to work on strengthening Mexico’s criminal justice system and to increase the number of Mexican border patrol agents.
Pena Nieto also called for a comprehensive strategy to address the countrys high crime rate and the role of gangs in the country.
It is not clear what role Calaver, or the family, will play in the investigation.