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Mexico: Thousands of women on the streets after accusations of rape against police officers

Mexico: 1000’s of girls on the streets after accusations of rape towards law enforcement officials

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  1. Lived there for almost 3 years. There are no police in Mexico. It’s more of an extortion ring that obeys the cartels and pretty much anyone that can pay them.

    Prosecutions are still very rare for murder.

    After things like this, there will be dozens of unreported (Yes, they still disappear journalist at local papers) murders in the town, all women.

    The only real news anymore is mass graves and demonstrations like this. The smaller incidents go unreported.

    Otherwise, it’s a really nice place to live if you moved there from Compton.

  2. It seems like the entire world is rioting and protesting…

    Are we witnessing an age of great change or great tragedy? Only time will tell.

  3. Mexico is terrorized by cartels. Two close friends who are still school-age just went to central Mexico to visit extended family. They told stories of friends and neighbors in their Mexican town who had been extorted, a mans head tossed on one side of a bridge and his body left on the other, as a warning. Peoples kids get kidnapped, women are being raped and murdered. Some girl said something against the cartel and they used her own phone to publish her live on social media confessing under torture to what they believed her to have said, and then gruesomely killing her. As a reminder never to cross the cartel. My friends say they won’t ever go back. Their family members want to come to the states but they won’t have a chance under Trump. They have no options. They live in constant fear.

  4. This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original](https://news-nw.com/mexico-thousands-of-women/) reduced by 65%. (I’m a bot)
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    > Thousands of women marched in Mexico City against sexual abuse by police officers on Friday, August 16.Thousands of women marched in Mexico City against sexual abuse by police officers on Friday, August 16.

    > SASHENKA GUTIERREZ/EFE/SIPAThousands of women demonstrated Friday in Mexico City to protest against the alleged rape of teenage girls by police officers, following several similar charges.

    > In early August, a 17-year-old girl reported being raped by four police officers in a patrol car in Azcapotzalco, a northern part of the Mexican capital.

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  5. Just FYI apparently video surveillance showed that the girl wasn’t telling the truth.

  6. security cameras proved she was lying

  7. Protests in: I think articles should just report which countries don’t have active protests going on… List would be smaller

  8. Way to go, don’t take any shit from those corrupt bastards. Boy, Mexico sounds like a place from which we should start thinking about protecting ourselves. What if some sort of physical barrier could be erected to keep that kind of evil shit out?

  9. I thought Mexicans weren’t rapists?

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