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Unsolved Serial Killers of Juarez - Cross border cities of Texas & Mexico

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    Juarez is a border crossing town only eleven miles from Al Paso Texas. Since 1993 when corrupt authorities some of whom are accused of being involved in the killings began the record of counting bodies (counting bodies not the missing) 200 women and young girls have been found dumped in fields, the desert or on vacant blocks in the middle of the city. All have been raped, most tortured and mutilated. The last ten years has seen an escalation in brutality, the women are being held for longer and are showing signature injuries. Hands and feet tied, hair cut short, specific mutilations.

    Amnesty International claims the figure is closer to 700. Figures past the millennium are at hundreds every year.

    In 1993/94 Mexico entered into a trade agreement with the US and maquila's, factories that operate under preferential tariff programs started popping up particularly in Juarez. Hundreds of them. And they preferred to employ young women, hundreds of thousands have made their way into the border towns in the hope of getting work.

    No tax was being collected, so nothing goes back into infrastructure. It took a long time just to get buses on dirt roads. Bus drivers were also killing them, they played a game between them trapping the last girl on the bus and suddenly veering off into the desert. Only one survived.

    But the bus drivers aren't responsible for all. Killing women in Juarez is sport that thrives in a culture of machismo (Mexico invented the word), aggressive, prideful masculinity where women who work away from home in the cross border towns are seen as easy pickings, hussies and police indifference.

    Four bus drivers were arrested and the police said the problem was solved. But the killings didn't stop.

    An engineer from Egypt employed by one of the maquiladora's was caught when a woman escaped. He'd held her for days. Police in Juarez said they'd solved the problem. But the killings didn't stop.

    Gangs of narco traffickers or drug dealers celebrate by taking women, they have their own signature and wear the abducted girls body parts around their necks on chains. Gangs are harder to arrest in Mexico.

    A forensic profiler suggests serial killers are driving across the border from Al Paso, it's their playground with very little chance of getting caught.

    Recommended pod:

    https://crimejunkiepodcast.com/conspiracy-the-women-of-juarez/





    In 2013, a blonde avenging assassin strolled into Juarez and began boarding buses. Before stepping off at her chosen stop, she was shooting the bus drivers in the back of the head after delivering a short sermon. The women of Juarez called her Diana, the Hunter of Bus Drivers. She was never caught either.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/wo...cutors-probe-Diana-the-bus-driver-hunter.html

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    Another cross border town where the figures of murdered women from the Mexico side in Neuvo Laredo are virtually non existent. It's controlled by the cartels.

    This guy was caught on the wrong side, in Texas. Couple of days ago.

    A US Border Patrol supervisor is behind bars in Texas accused of killing at least four sex workers and injuring a fifth who managed to escape.

    Juan David Ortiz, 35, was being held in Laredo on four counts of murder along with charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and unlawful restraint, Webb County jail records showed.

    https://www.9news.com.au/2018/09/17...r-patrol-supervisor-murdered-four-prostitutes
     
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