Mexican town finds more security and peace by throwing out the police

By The Christian Science Monitor
Thursday, March 14, 2013 8:07 EDT
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Mexican Federal Police members march along Juarez Avenue in Mexico City on September 16, 2012 (AFP_File, Alfredo Estrella)
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Copyright ImageClick to View Lidia Romero (c.), a member of the Community Police, stands guard on a road at the entrance to the town of Cherán one week ago. Residents of remote regions have taken up arms to patrol and defend their communities from organized crimes and gangs.(Alan Ortega/Reuters) The…

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