The Wall Street Journal looks at the circumstances surrounding the apprehension of Paola Durante, a 23-year-old aspiring actress, in Mexico city. Durante has been accused of complicity in the killing of the popular Mexican TV host Francisco "Paco" Stanley. The story reveals that Mexico City police arrested the actress on the basis of an inconsistent description, and points out that politics might be one possible explanation for the prosecutors' persistence with the case against Durante. The reporter finds that "due process of law remains a missing link as Mexico evolves into a democracy."
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