I finally finished watching Netflix's Crime Diaries: The Candidate. Not sure why Netflix called it 'The Candidate' instead of Colosio. It's about the presidential candidate named Colosio was assassinated in Tijuana, Mexico in 1994. I do remember that day when I lived in Mexico. 1994 was the darkest year in Mexico. His death changed the entire Mexican history. I believe his death was one of the factors that lead to the end of 71 years PRI political party's rule over the Mexican government later. Colosio's widow has always been on my mind for long time since I was a teen.
If you're a history buff of the assassination of JFK and conspiracy theories, you will want to see this. It's very similar. I suspect the members of PRI were involved in his death, but I will never know. I personally am not sure former President Carlos Salinas was involved with his death, but I am biased because of my father's diplomatic connections with him. I hope the Mexican government will reopen the case again. I have to say the show was not entirely accurate. Just mostly. I am impressed they also showed actual documented scenes, including the assassination of Colosio. I must warn it's graphic.
In 1994, Mexican presidential candidate Luis Donaldo Colosio's assassination sends his dying widow racing to uncover who did it. Based on true events.www.netflix.com