We tried to visit a number of museums today, but the vast majority of them were closed due to people protesting the pay of higher up government workers. We would navigate to a museum only to find the door blockaded by men and women in green shirts and a large sign listing the monthly income of the governor, mayor and their family members who were also employed by the government. We eventually were able to enter the Museum of Justice, the location of this very large mural. My wife is underneath the central character, who's name I should have written down, to give scale to this impressive design. The artist studied under Diego Rivera, which I learned from reading the Spanish language sign, and the mural signifies the adoption of a new form of justice adopted back in the early 19th century.