Sunday, April 20, 2014

Mexico's lost daughters: how young women are sold into the sex trade by drug gangs



By  Jennifer Clement.   The Observer,


When armed men arrive in Mexico's remote villages, mothers hide their daughters – especially the pretty ones.

Lupita is in her 30s and works as a laundry maid in several houses in Mexico City. She can still remember the first time she saw a girl taken from her home village. "She was very pretty," says Lupita. "She had freckles. She was 11 years old."

Lupita was 20 when five men drove into the small community near Dos Bocas, outside the port of Veracruz. "When they got out of the van all we could see were the machine guns in their hands.

They wanted to know where the pretty one was, the girl with freckles. We all knew who that was. They took her and she was still holding her doll under her arm when they lifted her into the van like a bag of apples. This was more than 12 years ago. We never heard from her again."

The girl's name was Ruth, Lupita tells me. "She was the first one they stole. Then we heard it had happened in other villages." The men who visited the villages worked for the local drug cartels, snatching girls to be trafficked for sex.

Ther ere was nowhere in our village to hide," explains Lupita. "Where do you hide? So we dug holes in the ground and if we heard there were narcos around, we'd tell the girls to go to their holes and be very quiet for an hour or so until the men left."


She remembers how one mother would leave paper and a crayon in the hole for her daughter. "This worked for a while until even the narcos began to know about the holes." Two years later, Lupita left the village and came to Mexico City looking for work.

The lists compiled by government agencies and NGOs for missing girls in Mexico read like this:
Karen Juarez Fuentes, 10. Female. Disappeared going to school in Acapulco. Brown skin. Brown hair. Brown eyes.
Ixel Rivas Morena, 13. Female. Lost in Xalapa. 1.5 metres tall. 50 kilos. Light brown hair. Light brown skin. Oval face. Thin. Left ear lobe torn.
Rosa Mendoza Jiménez, 14. Female. Disappeared. Thin. Brown skin. Dark brown hair. Long. No more data.
Making a stand: a mother protests in front of a picture of her daughter, murdered by gangsters in Veracruz. Photograph: Sergio Hernandez Vega/La Jornada
They go on and on. According to government figures, kidnapping in the country increased by 31% last year. Those statistics tend to refer to victims who have been kidnapped for ransom, as people are more likely to report the crime when money is demanded.

But there is another kind of kidnapping that goes unreported. When a girl is robada – which literally means stolen – she is taken off the street, on her way to school, leaving the movies, or even stolen out of her own house. No ransom is asked for. Her body is all the criminals want. The drug cartels know they can sell a bag of drugs only once, but they can prostitute a young woman many times in a single day.

To avoid the traffickers, families are now taking to extreme measures. Some women hide in secret shelters and homes, the buildings disguised from the outside to look like shopfronts. Many poor farming families have secret places in their shacks where they can hide their sisters and daughters from the constant raids from drug traffickers.

A woman who sells beaded necklaces on a beach in Acapulco tells me how her parents created a small crawl space between the wall and the refrigerator where she would be sent to hide if they heard that there were drug traffickers roaming around in their SUVs or on motorcycles.

"There were shootings and kidnappings all the time," she tells me. "We don't live there any more. Nobody lives in that village any more."

Another way to avoid the narcos' attention is by being unattractive. Over and over again I hear mothers explain that they don't let their daughters dress up or wear make-up and perfume. Some mothers from rural areas, who I meet at marches and protests in Mexico City, even make their daughters "ugly" by cutting their hair and making them dress like boys.

"I told my daughter to keep in the shade," Sarita from Chilpancingo, a large town in the state of Guerrero, tells me. "She never listened to me." Sarita's tears roll down her cheeks and she wipes upward, as if to put them back in her eyes. "We would fight all the time because I did not want her to wear lipstick. And I don't know if she willingly ran away with a man, she was wanting to be loved, or was stolen, robada. I don't know. She went to school in the morning and never came home."

In one town in the south of the country I visit a 17th-century convent that has been established by one of the few groups in the country that secretly works to help women leave dangerous situations. Here, the nuns, all over the age of 75, have 20 women and their children hiding in a basement to escape their husbands and boyfriends. I ask the nuns what would happen if one of the women's husbands or boyfriends should appear on their doorstep with their gang, carrying AK-47s under their arms. The nuns tell me, without hesitation, that they would stand together and create a wall with their bodies and die for the women and children they protect.

At the convent there is a slim, brown-haired woman who is 18 years old. Maria has been living with the nuns for more than a year. Her husband first saw her at a party. "He looked at me and I knew I was trapped," says Maria. "I hid in the bathroom for the rest of the night and he stood outside the door for hours. If you turn these men down, then they steal you. There is no saying no. A woman cannot say no. I finally left the bathroom and there he was. He raped me for days."

Maria explains how, after a few days, she managed to crawl through a window while the man was asleep and make it back to her family home. "When my mother saw me walk in the door I thought she was going to hug me, but instead she picked up the telephone to call that man to tell him where I was," she says.



"My mother said that she was not going to die for me. He beat me badly after he came to pick me up. One night, months later, he took me into the woods so that I would help him dispose of a barrel of hydrochloric acid in which a body was decomposing. He wanted to make sure I was an accomplice."

There are no precise figures as to how many women and girls are being stolen and trafficked in Mexico. In rural areas few trust the police forces as they are often involved in local mafias, so many cases of missing girls are not registered. One fact all government and non-government agencies agree on is that instances of forced labour, debt bondage and sex trafficking are growing at an alarming rate.

The government has vowed to find a more effective means to fight the country's violence – the head-on fight with the drug cartels has killed up to 70,000 people in the past six years – but has yet to produce any kind of plan.

Last November the president of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, stood beside Rosario Robles, Minister of Social Development, as she opened a women's centre in the remote, impoverished community of Tlapa de Comonfort in Guerrero.

"In Mexico in the 21st century the worst expression of discrimination against women is violence," said Robles. "In this modern Mexico there are still states where the punishment is greater for stealing a cow than stealing a woman."

At the cathedral in Xalapa, Veracruz, families of missing, stolen or killed women staged protests last year on International Women's Day. As part of the protest, the shoes of missing girls and women were left on the cathedral steps with the names of their owners written next to them. A sign beside one pair of size-two sandals reads: "You took her alive, bring her back alive."

 "We stopped taking our daughters to the market," one mother there told me. "It was too dangerous. You'd let go of your daughter's hand to pick up a papaya and in a second she was gone. This happened to my cousin. They took her daughter at the market. She felt a movement, a push, and she fell on the ground. They pushed her away and picked up the girl. She was only seven. When my cousin went to talk to the policeman that is supposed to guard the market he said only an idiot would take her daughter to the market. You can have another child, he said to her. You're still young."

In Mexico City's women's jail, Santa Martha Acatitla, prisoners wear one of two colours: those who are sentenced wear navy blue and those awaiting sentencing are dressed in beige. The women's jail faces the men's jail and the prisoners can see each other through the cracks in the concrete walls. A man and a woman can look at each other for 35 years. They see a flash of skin, the shadow of a face, a blown kiss across a courtyard of cement and barbed wire. They wave handkerchiefs at each other.

The artist Luis Manuel Serrano has given collage workshops at the jail for more than 10 years, helping women tell their stories by cutting images out of magazines and gluing them to large pieces of cardboard. Serrano explains to me that collage technique allows the women to express themselves and tell their stories, without needing technical skills. The collages tell an overwhelming number of stories about women who were stolen, then used or sold as prostitutes, and then jailed for working as prostitutes.
Epic tale: detail from a collage made by an inmate in Mexico City’s women’s prison. Photograph: Luis Manuel Serrano
 Serrano says the most frightening collage he ever saw was made by a young woman called Marcela. She was from Tijuana and had been walking away from school to take the public bus home when she was snatched off the street and thrown into a car. She was 14 years old. She became a paradita – literally "one who stands" – in Tijuana's well-known prostitution area called Callejón Coahuila, where the women stand out on the street and lean against walls.

"We were all little girls, really," she told Serrano. "How did I know we were all little girls? We only had to look at each other's small, small breasts to know." Serrano says her collage was black and white and covered in skulls. "It's the only time a collage has frightened me," he adds. "It shook me up."

Almost every woman I meet in the prison testifies that her life here is better than it was outside. Proof of this is that the jail authorities never tell the inmates when they are going to leave. Instead, very late at night, a prisoner is taken from her cell and released quietly. The prisoner, or her friends, might otherwise do something (place drugs or a weapon in the cell or attack a guard) in order to remain in jail. Luis Manuel Serrano tells me that, once released, women often commit crimes so they can return: "Here, for the first time in their lives, many are safe and cared for."

The main activity at the jail is beautifying; sometimes it almost seems like the largest beauty parlour in Mexico. The jail smells of hair spray, nail polish remover and perfumes, and the prisoners spend most of their day painting their nails, dyeing their hair all kinds of colours and applying false eyelashes. A couple of years ago, several members of staff were fired for hosting a Botox party in the infirmary. Perhaps here, inside the prison, it feels safer for the women to be pretty.

76 comments:

  1. This is very sad situation. I know this is common occurrence in Michoacan. Often the narco will approach family and avoid bad confrontation by telling the mother he is wealthy and would marry her young daughter and this will bring the family honor, so mother willingly gives the daughter, not knowing she will not see her again.

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    1. Mexico is a lost cause think about it how in Gods name can any change possibly happen ? The spirits behind the govt and the cartels are one and the same the fallen angels are running the show and mankind is blinded by the money and power that wickedness in high places provides

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    2. U sound like a lost cause. One without hope willing to give up and talk crap then to seek or want justice. I pity ur ignorance.

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  2. speechless. I'm an atheist...but God...please save Mexico from itself and to the U.S....legalize it already for the love of humanity....Ridiculous.

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    1. If they legalize it you will see more of this and extortion and kidnapping

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    2. What would make this stop if legalized?

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    3. You're not an atheist.....just accept that God exists. ....you just said it yourself

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    4. Mexico needs a peoples revolution.then it can clean house.
      Hey narcos think about that.
      Stick to drugs

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    5. Do u want it legalized because u are also aware that this also happens in the USA and participate in it?

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  3. I recognize those legs anywhere , is that "Woody Allen " laying on that bed ?

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    1. Sorry but this is not funny! When there are real unwilling victims!

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  4. I am disgusted by this story! How can grown men do such sickening acts! This should be published all over Mexico so that paying men know what their money funds!!! How can these fucking sick bastard Narcos do this kind of crap. These sick fucks taking little girls as young as seven? What the fuck? These guys should be taken by the townspeople and have sticks shoved up their asses and be left to die!!! Enough is enough an example needs to be made! These tough acting grown fucking men are such fucking cowards hiding behing their asualt rifle! All of this is made possible by the corruption in government!

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  5. Mexico wake up and take your country back before it becomes an unlawful place with no rules. All of this started about 10 years ago with the lazy ass people wanting easy money!

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    1. Yeah all this is new mexico. There was usually high morality in mexico and still is, but there are some dangerous demons lurking, and it really only takes a few demons to demonize a society

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    2. This has been happening for a long time already in mexico ask anybody thus is just the first time someone had the balls to report on it good job BB keep it up

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  6. AD Movements need to spring up all over Mexico!!! Rapists should just get exterminated like rats! The guy giving the orders should get tortured fuck it!!! They have no heaet anyways!!! They'll just be getting a taste of their own medicine!!!!

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  7. Find it hard to believe that 11 year olds carry a doll under their arm.

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    1. Why wouldn't they, especially if they have innocent minds and where raised properly witout all the trash we see in modern society!!!!!

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    2. After reading that story the thing you have to say is "find it hard to believe 11 year olds carry dolls"

      What about feeling the excruciating pain they experience? That their life and innocence has been stolen from them? What about feeling how hopeless and powerless it would feel to have your humanity stripped from you in that way??

      Such a cold, distant observation to a story of horror and tragedy...who gives a fuck if the 11 year old girl carried a doll or not

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  8. This is really a very sad story. The Mexican culture is part of the blame, a very big part. I've lived among Mexicans for years and I have discovered that Mexicans have no respect for each other.

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    1. Not all mexicans are like that i lived in Mexico mcallen tx. And ohio i was always taught by my parents to respect others and especially. My elders so dnt judge all mexicans just bc you judged a few

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    2. Talk about generalizing!

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    3. Do American citizens seriously not know that sex trafficking (boys&girls) happen in the U.S. also. What are you doing about it other then turning a blind eye??

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    4. Excuse me...but your response is soo ignorant, ridiculous and offensive. I don't know what kind of people you associate with, but Mexicans are a very respectable people. You can't judge everyone for the actions of some.

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  9. It has been known for a long long time that the asshole cartels are balls deep in the sex trade, thousands of young girls have vanished, thousands not hundreds lije they say on the corporate media, specially some cartels all of us can make a pretty good guess about which cartels, the sinaloa cartel could be the least to blamed fo this cause that is not their bussiness strategy and im not ass kissing either, to me all cartels should be destroyed all im saying is some are more fuckin evil than others.

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  10. Yuuup, its fucked how easily a child can be taken, literally in the blink of an eye...

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  11. Thanks for the informative article. It's thought-provoking that the death statistics in Mex are so much more publicized than the disappearances. 90%+ of deaths are criminal-on-criminal, so in a way we're paying more attention to the fact that criminals are getting shot than to 11 year old girls who are getting kidnapped.
    An interesting (and grim) phenomenon that I've heard of is girls who are freed from their captors in situations like this, and go back to them the first chance they get, be it because they're addicted to drugs, afraid of change, etc.
    The more this is publicized, the more people will hold the PRI accountable, and the more likely they'll make a move to address it.

    Feynman

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    1. There are many cases of this. An American teen was kidnapped from a party in California. Her parents went to Mexico looking for her and even hired help based on a lead. They rescued her from a cartel. She was addicted to meth and had severe mental issues from being kidnapped for over 2 years. She ran and way from her parents after 3 months and they were told she went back to the cartel.

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  12. My God! I thought nothing new can disgust me anymore on BB. 10 YO little girls kidnapped and sold like domestic animals. What new lows can these criminals go?

    What also disgusts me is the "Narco fashion". Don't these knuckleheads know what they are supporting by wearing and buying narco style clothes and music. I sure hope the kids will start wearing "Auto Defensas" T-shirts and stop buying the music.

    Peace

    ESB

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  13. Damn borderlandbeat, thanks for ruining my easter. My wife is a psychologist in LA and because she's bilingual they give her some sex trafficking victims at work, the stories when she tells me the details are horrible. I have twin daughers who are 5, I would love to take them to Jalisco to meet their other little cousins where I grew up but this just reinforces my reasons why I cannot take them despite family begging me for me to take them, FUCK mexico!!!! And I mean the government!!! But here in the US there's also sex trafficking of minors so I still have to be careful. Just a fucked up world on easter sunday...

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    1. I totally agree with you my friend I to am from Jalisco and my 11 year old beautiful daughter is begging to go with her grandparents but I sadly do not trust my own paisanos I want her to experience and learn about her ancestors it's to bad.

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  14. Coahuila tijuana is a great tourist zone they sell some good food and have some nice bars and clubs I've been there acouple of times yes you see the girls standing there but you see girls from San Diego Orange County even Los Angeles prostituting standing there you can distinguish American girls compared to mexican girls like a swollen thumb... My point is they do that because they need $$ for college intuition and $$ for rent car payments etc I know this because I've been down there and got a chance to talk to girls in bars and clubs and evry one is the same they want $$ there in it for the $$$ that's there second job..

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    1. You are right, this is true that some girls are from the US, I also know this because I have read this. From reading your comment I'm assuming that you are a sick bastard and hiring girls in Mex for sex, you didn't even mention anything about these poor girls who are 10-14 yrs old. You are sick for sure.

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    2. You don't know how those girls ended up there, they could have been taken when younger!

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    3. And you think they are going to tell you the truth when they know they will get beaten or die if their capture finds out? You have no clue how the brain responds to severe trauma. It can make girls actually think they like what they are doing, even without drugs. Add drugs and its even worse.

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  15. this is such hyped up bullshit again from the guardian. and those so called child prostitutes in tj do not look like children.

    most of the child prostitutes are the children migrating through mexico from central America. but the problem is nothing in comparison to other nations like those in asia and central America. you will find dozens of city blocks with nothing but child brothels in india and Thailand. parents sell the kids to the brothel, as income. even though it is illegal it is accepted in the culture because it has gone on for so long.

    the guardian often hypes up stories. and this is one, 11 year old girls are not being kidnapped for sex trade, that would be a great exception, there is no need. the real story is the young females coming from rural towns and central American after seeing and ad for work and training. once here then they are forced into the sex trade. not kidnapping for the sex trade, that rarely happens in mexico.

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    1. You don't consider, answering a fake ad - then being forced in to prostitution as kidnapping? You want to compare Mexico with Asia on child prostitution? View these things as if your family
      Member or loved one (or yourself) we're victimized. What is your source of information saying that kidnappings are the exception? I call B.S.

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    2. These perverse minded cartels have got you in denial!

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    3. What is it that pisses tou off the most? Is it the fact that an interational world renowned media publishes a note like this ? It kinda picks your nationalistic pride pride, doesn't it? You piece of shit you are the kind of human trash who prefers these types of human exploitation be swept under the rug just to give a world sense that " mexico is just doing fine" but guess what eventually the truth comes out it always does, and thank god for the guardian and all those who still are trying to do decent journalism around the world.

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  16. Prostitution is a profession that is practiced the world over including in the richest country in the world the U.S.A. Notwithstanding that, Mexico's problem with forced prostitution, such is a problem in the U.S. also, will not be addressed until the people in Mexico get rid of the people in power who support organized crime. The people of Mexico are exploited in almost all sectors of industry. Woman/girls just happen to be easy prey for criminals since the rulers/elite of Mx. are indifferent to their well-being; the powerful benefit from their exploitation also. What the women/girls in Mexico need is their own autodefensas just like in Michoacan. The women/girls of Mx. need to take a page out of the nation of Israel's book. All citizens of Israel are required to complete mandatory 3-yr. military service. I think women trained in firearms are harder to exploit.

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  17. I was reading some comments by other readers. One stood out as to visiting family with their daughters but this story changed their mind. If you are granted safety in the USA why would you go back? There is much more than this going on there. The high volume of deaths. Why do people travel places thinking they are ok if they do? So hard to understand I wouldn'tgo there if I won a trip there. I'd ask for the cash. What safety is there? We all compare it to cities here and there in the US, but this is way beyond US cities. Yes one or two people can be killed anywhere, but 30 or 40? That is unimaginable. I just pray that eventually higher power steps in and remove all that evil in Mexico and its surrounding countries.

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    1. Hey brother, I just said that this REINFORCES my thoughts on not taking them to Mex, trust me I will NEVER take them till this shit COMPLETELY settles down. But trust me that it is not safe here in the US either. Now if I travel to Mex iits not likely that this shit will happen but if shit DOES happen in Mex them it's REALLY bad so it's why I don't take the risk to go there.

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  18. Personally I have no problem with drug trafficking and all the side problems that occur with that business, but what I don't any respect for or would not allow if I was in power is the taking of innocent's in any fashion. Can't these assholes get enough cash from the narcotics trade, have to be so greedy that for a little bit of money it does not matter who's life has to be fucked up just so you might get a nice watch or car. It's all that side shit that narco's are involved in that when I see them getting tortured or sliced up I feel nothing for them because of all the humans on this planet their are none more deserving of a death like that, especially when they get someone at the top. Sell your drugs and keep the shit between each other and leave the rest of the people who don't want that life alone and you might actually find people who will go out of their way to help you. Never understood the business model that most of the peddler's use, it's self defeating and they are all finding that out now.

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    1. i agree with you on that and to be honest i think all rapists and all the ones who run the sex trade should be killed for what they do to the women

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  19. this happens all the time look at cuidad juarez they take girls all the time no help from pólice the court no one you see the mothers and farthers on the news and in the Street still no help ......

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  20. @6:08, 10:51, & 1:40.

    "Find it hard to believe that 11 year olds carry a doll under their arm."

    "My point is they do that because they need $$ for college intuition and $$ for rent car payments"

    "and those so called child prostitutes in tj do not look like children."

    Ya'll sound like some child molesting dudes. how do you know kids don't get kidnapped? You don't. but i'm sure it makes your fat ugly asses feel better to think those girls are there willingly to have sex with you for $10.00.

    how do you even get excited knowing the other person isn't?

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  21. I have seen the girls walking the streets in TJ and even here in Chihuahua. They are definitely not the prettiest girls that I have seen in Mexico. In fact most are down right unattractive. I live in Mexico and the small pueblos have females that are extremely beautiful. I have not seen girls like this walking the streets in Mexico. I believe the majority of the pretty ones are kidnapped, and then abused and violated by drug cartels and criminals for their own personal gratification. Many are probably just killed after they tire of them. I know of this happening to a family in Madera, Chihuahua. The girl I was told was a young beauty. The family could do nothing about it, because they would just kill the whole family if it was reported. They moved and have never seen their daughter again.

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  22. This isnt hype. This is evil in action. Too many cultures embrace their own ignorance that once a girl begins having periods she's ready to become sexually active. To intellectualize child sex crimes is equally ignorant and irresponsible on many levels because this only serves to increased apathy in society's attitudes toward child abuse.

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  23. Read the full comment , I said 11 year old girls, not females of an older age.

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  24. Many girls in the US are kidnapped in their teens. there are videos on youtube of their stories. it is awful. the police don't believe them, they become trapped

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  25. I hate to be a skeptic BUT I thinks Borderland beat has put more than a little "Drama" into this article. Yes; there is Child Prostitution and Yes it's been around for a long, long time. A lot longer than the Drug Gangs but as someone else already pointed out in the article Central America as well as South America has a lot worse problems with it than Mexico. It just so happens that a lot of people looking to get to the "Promised Land" that are vulnerable, especially when your a young female teenager. If you've been to place's such as El Salvador or Honduras, you'll find that these girls have been sexually active for the most part since early teens. It's just a fact of life down there..! So, taking a chance and traveling through a "Lawless Place" like Mexico for the most part is really "Rolling The Dice" !!

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    1. Are you mexican? I am and any person on here who thinks this article is exagerated your wrong...your all sooo wrong...this is not a race of which country in latin america is worse...this is happening all over the world and if you dont take a stand now you are just a bystander allowi.g this cycle to continue

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  26. What exactly is the correct muder statistics of Mexico from 2006-2012? In every article i find about the drugwar this aspect is.mentioned and it's always different, from 50.000 all the way to 80.000

    -Mike Haggar

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    1. Right now its considered 100,000 or more

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  27. This breaks my fuckin heart,if any of you research some of this you will need a day or two to cool down,look on FB(i have been sharing the pictures with people)and see the the heartbreaking disappearance of young girls in broad daylight but no-one saw or did nothing?I don't care what any of you say here,if i saw a young girl being forcibly taken i would do something.Ye,ye,ye,its narcos,the police,a beast in human form,,,i would do something.There is no way i am letting dirty rat bastards take a little girl off the street.Its a fuckin disgrace that this is being allowed to happen?WE ALL HAVE TO DO SOMETHING.

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  28. 1:40 "hyped up"? tell that to the mothers that left their daughters' shoes at the plaza, with their names and other data, the police won't take their reports, and often will say the girls left with their boyfriends, any woman that disappears, they will say that about her, you just don't know mexico...

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  29. They just need to catch and castrate and i dont mean surgically the fat bastards that pay for sex with children! Those pieces of shit are ultimitely responsible for this even existing! Something wrong with a grown ass man wanting to have sex with a 10yr old.just cut his effin dick completely off with a dull rusty knife!!

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  30. Hmm, im really starting to doubt that The u.s is the richest country in the world, maybe it was on that track, quite a while ago but that train jumped the tracks. What was that old saying, a crountry that spends most of its money on the build up of a military, its on its way out.. anywho.... what the hell is that 1st picture of? It looks like a bad Halloween mask...

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  31. @ 1:41 AM

    "This is such hyped up bullshit again from the Guardian".

    Why don't you ask some of the grieving mothers if this is "Hyped up BS".

    I know it's you, Jack Hawkins. The UK's answer to American and Mexican internet trolls on the BB. You really need a vacation. Try Spain when the Running of the Bulls Festival has started. (Maybe you'll get gored in the behind), Syria has a civil war. You can help the Assad government with your "experience and expertise".

    Peace,

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  32. only communities can look out for their members, all those foreign to them need to be watched and explain what they are doing there.
    army and police, like the well traveled narco sicarios and assassins, are the main suspects, boyfriends also do some of this, traveling around looking for women to pimp.
    this report is about girls kidnapped from their homes, books have been written about prostitutes and grown women that elope voluntarily, this is about very young women kidnapped, raped, abused, murdered, some from their own homes, in front of their own mothers and family.
    the police can't see prostitutes in the street, can't investigate them, can't suspect that something is wrong, by then it's too late.
    it would not take long to catch their pimps, but many communities tolerate and have made up LAWS that protect prostitution and the "edecans" that do work as sexo-servidoras, that need to carry ids and have been examinated by municipal government health clinics.
    if the police and municipal governments protect the professional pimps and are associated with them, they will never see it happening, much less investigate anying.
    it's all up to the communities to do someting, much as IT TAKES A VILLAGE is derided, and the concept that the parents are to be blamed is propounded, it needs ti be accepted that the citizens are the only solution.
    having around grown ass men from outside, hungering for female companion, leads to all of this and other crimes happening, and the gramero narco-sicarios, police and military,should be hunted like dogs and be watched very carefully, never to be left alone, and made to respond for each other, jack ass minded government needs to be tried in public and respond to the whole village, it is a pity that those mothers that have lost their children are left alone to demonstrate in public and that all they can do is leave their daughters shoes ot top of their written denunciations at the plaza because the "authority" will not listen to them, as if the concrete floor of the plaza will...

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  33. the city of CICERO in illinois, a CHICAGO mafia town without par, the home of TONY ACCARDO, and CARDINAL MARCINKUS! one of the accused killers of two month pope JUAN PABLO, had a bad prostitution problem, until mayor BETTY LOREN MALTESE, a beautiful mafia doll and reputedly former prostitute herself, started posting the names of the johns on the newspapers, after arresting them in sting operations...
    betty still landed wit her ass in jail, suppossedly for other things, but prostitution in the chekaga town of cicero was reduced to a minimun, of course, much of it moved to other cities around, but a fucking old prostitute did get rid of prostitution and pimps on her city, now cicero is full of latino gangs, two six and latin kings, drug trafficking and prostituting their young girlfriends, and the police " can't do anything about it" again...
    but black people have been kept out, crime or no crime...
    the heirs of HARRY ALEMAN, son af a durango mex father and a maffia daughter carry on with the best mafioso traditions, for the mexican mafias like on all of the US...
    puppet masters keep makig all the big money, the rabble keep filling the pockets of lawyers and private prison corporations, and the prisons, of course, because "their parents do not educate them well"...

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  34. April 21, 2014 at 11:23 PM can you give a source for that story cause I couldn't find anything of that

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  35. ive been to tijuana this idea of las paraditas is condoned by the police, and politicos.... they see it as a buisness..... i ask myself if we know where they are why not send a police force and rescue all these childresn .... makes cense....... but NO... they the powers to be let it happen.... and it is not a matter of political party this has been going on for decades........ thats my take

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  36. Children world round of both sexes are sold or stolen into sexual slavery. Whether it is the explotation of young boys by warlords in Afganistan, to satanic ritual abuse of children of any age, sex or color throughout the world, all pedophila is frankly heartbreaking and utterly unacceptable. Those who are corrupt enough to perpetrate have lost their humanity in my book and therefore have lost their human rights. I cry for all these little, precious children... may the evil done to them be visited upon any who harm them ten-fold.

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  37. Yes, this has been going on for quite some time. I'm glad some readers have finally just found out. Just knowing is a start.

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  38. it is everywhere...http://www.unicefusa.org/campaigns/end-trafficking/

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  39. kamil nacif, lebanese arab friend of carlos slim, turned into a big hotel resorts owner thanks to sexual tourism and pimping minors.
    governor mario marin, gamboa patron, televisa moguls, and politicians, businessmen of all sizes, gloria trevi and friends, etc etc etc, had too much business to handle, it has trickled down to the fucking grameros now...

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  40. April 21, 2014 at 3:38 PM
    "Not all mexicans are like that i lived in Mexico mcallen tx. And ohio i was always taught by my parents to respect others and especially"
    Brother,never believe that"gringos or whites or whatever"believe that.There is good and bad in every skin color.As you said all it takes is for us to respect other people and that starts with parents.I never will believe that,of all Mexicans,sometimes its hard to take the name calling on here,but even then its not all Mexicans who behave like that just as some whites are idiots who talk shit,anyway just sayin bro.

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  41. Hope this motherfuckers burn in hell. Hope they never have daugthers n the same shit happen to them.

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  42. The part with the girl telling how she got raped for days and turned off by her family is surreal... what kind of mother would do that to her own flesh and blood ?

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  43. See Last episode Whores' Glory (2011)... A subculture.

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  44. Governments will not stop corruption because the governments are corruption. By means of this corruption, 1% of the population controls the other 99%.

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  45. Unfortunately this is pure propaganda. The girls go to TJ to work and send money home to support their parents or child(ren). They are all 18 or older. The area is called la zona de tolerancia and it is highly regulated by the police and gov't. Sorry, no cartels, no minors. The story is pure BS. The US gov't is paying for propaganda stories and the CIA is the source of many articles and information used in these stories.

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  46. Isn't it considered a sign of family honour if a young girl can get married off to a rich tough guy? I thought girls in Mexico were raised to think that was like, their sole purpose in life.

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