Protesters in Mexico rounded off this policeman and gave him the beating of his life.You can see the police officer lying on the ground trying to protect his face. The protest was as a result of the missing 43 students from teachers college in Ayotznapa.
The 43 students from a teachers' college in Ayotzinapa in the Mexican state of Guerrero went missing in the town of Iguala on Sept. 26.
The demonstrations began in Guerrero soon afterward under the leadership of student associations - who are referred to as "normalistas," because they attend a teachers' or "normal" college - and protesters torched the offices of the state government in Guerrero's capital, Chilpancingo.
On October 22, they set the mayor's office in Iguala on fire.
In November, protesters marched through Mexico City, setting the doors to the Palacio Nacional, a buiding that houses murals by Diego Rivera, ablaze.
This month, protesters have vandalized the airport in Acapulco, burned cars and political offices in Chilpancingo and also vandalized buildings in the neighboring state of Michoacán.
Mexico's attorney general has claimed that the charred remains of the missing students were found in a trash dump, and they have been sent to Austria for DNA analysis.
The "normalistas" are not appeased. They are sending caravans of protesters to states throughout Mexico, promising to torch 43 more government buildings--one for each missing student.