An unidentified relative of the Mexican 'Dirty War' missing people leaves her painted handprints on the front door of former Mexican President Luis Echeverria Alvarez's house, during a demonstration demanding an investigation into the disappearances. Echeverria Alvarez, who governed Mexico from 1970 to 1976, is allegedly directly involved in the student massacre and the disappearance of people during his term.
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