Missing in Mexico

Full story: The Washington Post

More than 25,000 adults and children have disappeared during the past six years in a country ravaged by a drug war, according to unpublished government documents.
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“It's all about the struggle”

Since: Jun 10

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#1 Nov 29, 2012
Like that surprises anyone?

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#2 Nov 29, 2012
Maybe we can hope that the Jerk-In-Chief wants to take a Mexican vacation soon, eh?

“It's all about the struggle”

Since: Jun 10

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#3 Nov 29, 2012
shinningelectr0n wrote:
Maybe we can hope that the Jerk-In-Chief wants to take a Mexican vacation soon, eh?
Don't make me cry.

Since: Mar 12

Georgetown, TX

#4 Nov 30, 2012
shinningelectr0n wrote:
Maybe we can hope that the Jerk-In-Chief wants to take a Mexican vacation soon, eh?
"Jerk in Chief"? Do you mean Eric cantor, John Boehner, or Mitch "Turtleman" McConnel? Michelle Bachman is too valuable as comic relief, but surely you must mean those who have spent the last two years blocking every jobs bill and economic recovery bill so desparately needed by OUR country. Or maybe you mean John Roberts, Chief Justice of a Supreme Court which has determined that corporations are entitled to every right that you are but immune from punishment when they commit crimes. And that unlimited bribery is legal for corporations, as enshrined by the "Citizens United" decision.Or maybe you want to be more specific. I suspect that you're referring to one of the damned few politicians in Washington trying to help poor and middle-class folks like you and me.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#5 Nov 30, 2012
pinchejuan wrote:
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"Jerk in Chief"? Do you mean Eric cantor, John Boehner, or Mitch "Turtleman" McConnel? Michelle Bachman is too valuable as comic relief, but surely you must mean those who have spent the last two years blocking every jobs bill and economic recovery bill so desparately needed by OUR country. Or maybe you mean John Roberts, Chief Justice of a Supreme Court which has determined that corporations are entitled to every right that you are but immune from punishment when they commit crimes. And that unlimited bribery is legal for corporations, as enshrined by the "Citizens United" decision.Or maybe you want to be more specific. I suspect that you're referring to one of the damned few politicians in Washington trying to help poor and middle-class folks like you and me.
OMG, you are confused. They don't teach Civics in school anymore, eh? Being as dumb as a rock, you are now part of the gravel on the Road To Ruin.
ima

El Paso, TX

#6 Dec 1, 2012
Why the fuss over missing people? this is the norm in Mexico and so is the sport of torture and decapitation. ALSO FORCED PROSTITUTION.
Serrano Red

Perryton, TX

#7 Apr 12, 2013
ima wrote:
Why the fuss over missing people? this is the norm in Mexico and so is the sport of torture and decapitation. ALSO FORCED PROSTITUTION.
normal everday business

“It's all about the struggle”

Since: Jun 10

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#8 Apr 12, 2013
ima wrote:
Why the fuss over missing people? this is the norm in Mexico and so is the sport of torture and decapitation. ALSO FORCED PROSTITUTION.
Because some of those people have been brought there from the U.S. Not that Mexican children deserve such horrid treatment either. The scary part is that Obama wants to integrate Mexico into U.S. territory. If I wanted to live in a drug lord ruled Third World nation I'd already BE living in the cesspool called Mexico!

I've heard that there were children found with their hands staple-gunned and nailed to the walls of a shack down there (while they were alive). The Mexican sex-trade industry is the stuff of nightmares that no child should have to endure.

“It's all about the struggle”

Since: Jun 10

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#9 Apr 12, 2013
Serrano Red wrote:
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normal everday business
*Typical* hardly rates as "normal".
Serrano Red

Perryton, TX

#10 Apr 13, 2013
they went to california
Girl with Hairy Arms

Childress, TX

#11 Apr 17, 2013
they are in Texas
Concerned

Chihuahua, Mexico

#12 Apr 17, 2013
Actually many are dead. I heard on the noticia's here in Mexico the other day something disturbing. I wrote about it here but in another title. I got it wrong as I just caught the tail end as I was talking on my cell phone. I told her what I wrote and she said this is what was said on Noticia's de Mexico.

In Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico there were kidnapped in the past years about 700 children per year and then killed for their organs. Just in this one State. They said in the last couple of years it is now at about 1,000 children per year that are killed in this State for their organs. They said they believe the other 400 on top of these figures that actually come up missing, are probably sent into prostitution and are probably dead. This is per year. They also said the figures are more likely much higher. This is just one State!

I was talking to a couple of Mexican Citizens at my warehouse in El Paso the other day and told them what I just heard. They smirked and said that is old news. That this has been going on for years. I am still a bit in shock over this.

Who buys these organs? I cannot imagine the patients that get them would know about them being taken from children. How far up the chain does this go before someone realizes this organs come from children that were killed for them. How do they find out if they are a donor match?

The world is beautiful, but a lot of sad things like this make it less beautiful.
Concerned

Chihuahua, Mexico

#13 Apr 17, 2013
Concerned wrote:
Actually many are dead. I heard on the noticia's here in Mexico the other day something disturbing. I wrote about it here but in another title. I got it wrong as I just caught the tail end as I was talking on my cell phone. I told her what I wrote and she said this is what was said on Noticia's de Mexico.
In Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico there were kidnapped in the past years about 700 children per year and then killed for their organs. Just in this one State. They said in the last couple of years it is now at about 1,000 children per year that are killed in this State for their organs. They said they believe the other 400 on top of these figures that actually come up missing, are probably sent into prostitution and are probably dead. This is per year. They also said the figures are more likely much higher. This is just one State!
I was talking to a couple of Mexican Citizens at my warehouse in El Paso the other day and told them what I just heard. They smirked and said that is old news. That this has been going on for years. I am still a bit in shock over this.
Who buys these organs? I cannot imagine the patients that get them would know about them being taken from children. How far up the chain does this go before someone realizes this organs come from children that were killed for them. How do they find out if they are a donor match?
The world is beautiful, but a lot of sad things like this make it less beautiful.
Sorry. The person I was referring to above was my wife. She did not seem to shocked because of the things that are going on. But she was sad to hear it as she has two young children of her own here, who I share the responsibilities of raising ans caring for them.

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