“Perhaps it was the scale of the violence, or the sheer brutality, or that the victims were college students, or that the perpetrators were mostly municipal police, or that the mayor of Iguala, his wife, and the police chief were probably behind the attack, or that the state and federal governments were deceptive in their investigation and callous in their treatment of the mothers and fathers of the murdered, wounded, and disappeared.” In California Sunday Magazine, John Gibler makes the case that all these factors associated with the disappearance of 43 students resulted in a day that changed everything in Mexico.