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The Daughters of Juárez Despite The Fact That Juarez Is A Mexican Border City Just Across The Rio Grande From El Paso, Texas, Most Americans Are Unaware That For Than Twelve Years This City Has Been The Center Of An Epidemic Of Horrific Crimes Against Women And Girls, Consisting Of Kidnappings, Rape, Mutilation, And Murder, With Most Of The Victims Conforming To A Specific Profile Young, Slender, And Poor, Fueling The Premise That The Murders Are Not Random Indeed, There Has Been Much Speculation That The Killer Or Killers Are American Citizens While Some Leading Members Of The American Media Have Reported On The Situation, Prompting The U.S Government To Send In Top Criminal Profilers From The FBI, Little Real Information About This International Atrocity Has Emerged According To Amnesty International, As Of 2006 Than 400 Bodies Have Been Recovered, With Hundreds Still Missing.As For Who Is Behind The Murders Themselves, The Answer Remains Unknown, Although Many Have Argued That The Killings Have Become A Sort Of Blood Sport, Due To The Lawlessness Of The City Itself Among The Theories Being Considered Are Illegal Trafficking In Human Organs, Ritualistic Satanic Sacrifices, Copycat Killers, And A Conspiracy Between Members Of The Powerful Juarez Drug Cartel And Some Corrupt Mexican Officials Who Have Turned A Blind Eye To The Felonies, All The While Lining Their Pockets With Money Drenched In Blood.Despite Numerous Arrests Over The Last Ten Years, The Murders Continue To Occur, With The Killers Growing Bolder, Dumping Bodies In The City Itself Rather Than On The Outskirts Of Town, As Was Initially The Case, Indicating A Possible Growing And Most Alarming Alliance Of Silence And Cover Up By Mexican Politicians The Daughters Of Juarez Promises To Be The First Eye Opening, Authoritative Nonfiction Work Of Its Kind To Examine The Brutal Killings And Draw Attention To These Atrocities On The Border The End Result Will Shock Readers And Become Required Reading On The Subject For Years To Come.

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  • Hardcover
  • 316 pages
  • The Daughters of Juárez
  • Teresa Rodriguez
  • English
  • 08 October 2017
  • 0743292030

10 thoughts on “The Daughters of Juárez

  1. says:

    i went to juarez this past february with charles we met a local and paid him to show us the city here s some of what we saw whole parts of town in which houses were cardboard, wood, and corrugated tin held together by found nails and bottlecaps tanks and guys with AK47s outside police stations in the first 5 weeks of 2008 the juarez drug cartel had already killed 22 cops, so the army was called in guys openly selling cocaine out of fruitstands whorehouses filled with extremely i went to juarez this past february with charles we met a local and paid him to show us the city here s some of what we saw whole parts of town in which houses were cardboard, wood, and corrugated tin held together by found nails and bottlecaps tanks and guys with AK47s outside police stations in the first 5 weeks of 2008 the juarez drug cartel had already killed 22 cops, so the army was called in guys openly selling cocaine out of fruitstands whorehouses filled with extremely underage children coyotes waiting at busstops to sneak those who have come in from the interior of the country into el paso poles and posts throughout the city plastered with hundreds of crosses and pictures of young girls.the crosses and pictures are a tribute to the young women killed in the juarez femicide the official number of murdered women from 93 08 is around 500 the true number is much higher hundreds and hundreds of young women ranging in age from 10 29 raped vaginally and anally , tortured, and then kille...

  2. says:

    A very intense and infuriating book I couldn t help but feel disbelief at the all the corruption in Mexico on all levels of the government municipal, state, and federal Since the killings in 1993, over 430 women have been raped, tortured, and murdered in the city of Juarez Many of these women, found strewn all around the city s deserts and even some within the city, were poor women who worked at maquiladoras mostly U.S factories for extremely low wages Their devotion to their jobs was ext A very int...

  3. says:

    I just finished Daughters of Juarez, by Teresa Rodriguez, which I didn t want to read and didn t want to like I can t really say I liked it, and it isn t particularly well written or easy to read, but it is an eye opener about something that we, educated individuals with resources, take for granted, human rights, and which is almost nonexistent for the poor, disenfranchised individuals in any country, but particularly in countries where poverty is pervasive I finished it feeling like an Ostric I just finished Daughters of Juarez, by Teresa Rodriguez, which I didn t want to read and didn t want to like I can t really say ...

  4. says:

    I know that there is some debate about the use of the term femicide and some people were upset that Rodriguez just focused on the killings of women, instead of the vast amount of murder However, if you have read 2666, you should read this Rodriguez is a reporter for Univision and while she feels passionately about the subject, she does step back She presents infromation, when she debates about conclusions she quotes from experts and does NOT put forward her own take She limits the debate to I know that there is some debate about the use of the term femicide and some people were upset that Rodriguez just focused on the killings of women, instead of the vast amount of murder However, if you have read 2666, you should read this Rodriguez is a reporter for Univision and while she feels passionately about the subject, she does step back She presents infromation, when she debates about conclusions she quotes from experts and does NOT put forward her own take She limits the ...

  5. says:

    The Daughters of Juarez, by Teresa Rodriguez with Diana Montan and Lisa Pulitzer , chronicles a series of horrific murders of young women and teens in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, over the last fourteen years, the law enforcement governmental response to them, and the myriad theories as to the perpetrator s Over this period, a good part of 400 poor women were raped, tortured and killed, then dumped in desert areas and vacant lots around the city The book details a rich tapestry of police and go The Daughters of Juarez, by Teresa Rodriguez with Diana Montan and Lisa Pulitzer , chronicles a series of horrific murders of young women and teens in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, over the last fourteen years, the law enforcement governmental response to them, and th...

  6. says:

    I was going to write a blog post reviewing this book, but this is such a complicated and expansive issue, I just didn t even think I d be able to do it justice I m surprised at some of the lower ratings here from other reviewers most of the other books out there talking about Juarez seem to betechnical reports, or looking at things from a drug perspective only At least this book attempted to talk about the women, and honor their memories, and document some of what has happened Delving I was going to write a blog post reviewing this book, but this is such a complicated and expansive issue, I just didn t even think I d be able to do it justice I m surprised at some of the lower ratings here from other reviewers most of the other books out there talking about Juarez seem to betechnical reports, or looking at things from a...

  7. says:

    Over the past fifteen years, the bodies of over four hundred women have been found in and around Ciudad Juarez in Mexico across the Rio Grande from El Paso, TX They had been raped, tortured, mutilated, dismembered This book, mostly written by a reporter from Univision, the Spanish language network, recounts the various developments or lack thereof in the quest to find out who is behind the massacre It s a real life farce that would be funny if it...

  8. says:

    This book is chronology of the events that happened in Ciadad Juarez, Mexico, from 1993 until now A killer or killers have been terrorizing this large, impoverished, hard working community Between 1993 and today, there have been over 300 murders of children, teenage, and young adult women The bodies have been carelessly dumped, with signs of torture, rape, and mutilation The Mexican community is ou...

  9. says:

    I had to slog through this book It s a horrible book about upwards to 400 young women in Mexico that have been savagely beaten, raped, mutilated, tortured and killed Some buried in small graves, some just left in the open This has been going on for YEARS The incompetence of the Mexican police department, the corruption is as sick and depraved as the killings themselves This book was SO poorly written I almost put it down It was written like one long paragraph in a newspaper article BORING I had to slog through this book It s a horrible book about upwards to 400 young women in Mexico that have been savag...

  10. says:

    This is between a 3 4 for me There is sensationalist writing, peppered with cliche, which I find off putting I disagree with some reviewers that there are overwhelming organizational problems It seems to me that the organization of the book might have been quite calculated to speak to a reader, quite profoundly, whether she reads one chapter, three or the entire book It s a difficult book, frequently quite gruesome but a terribly important witness to all the women killed in Juarez Chihuahu This is between a 3 4 for me There is sensationalist writing, peppered with cliche, which I find off putting I disagree with some reviewers that there are overwhelming organizational problems It seems to me that the organization of the book mig...

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