Yearly Archives: 1998

NGOs Unhappy with Government Action

Anne Marie Mackler, FNS Editor  On November 11, NGOs denounced the new state government’s silence regarding the investigation of women’s murders. Patricio Martínez, PRI, promised during his recent gubernatorial campaign that this issue would be one of his top priorities. However, he has not yet accepted a request for an interview with the NGOs, according…
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Another Woman Murdered: New Leaders Promise to Fight Crime

Anne Marie Mackler, FNS Editor On October 5, just as government leaders were preparing to move into their newly elected positions, another woman was found dead on the outskirts of Cd. Juárez. The corpse was found near a garbage dump in the colonia of Santa Maria, at a location where murder victims have previously been…
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Despite Continued Efforts Two More Women Murdered

 Anne Marie Mackler, FNS Editor The five-year long mystery crime spree that has left well over 100 women raped and murdered in Juárez since 1993 is being seriously addressed by the community, by public security on every level, and by international experts. Searches have been conducted, anti-crime crusades announced, expert analysis delivered and possible suspects…
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Another Expert Explains Murders of Women

Anne Marie Mackler, FNS Co-Editor Jose Antonio Parra Molina, a criminologist from Spain, visited Juárez in July to study the numerous cases of murdered women that has baffled and enraged the border community for several years.  According to a report produced by the Commission of Human Rights of México, as of May 15, there were…
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