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Organ trafficking suspected in mass murder case

A NEW investigation has been opened by the Mexican Government into the rape and murder of at least 90 women in the border city of Cuidad Juarez after a claim that some may have been the victims of organ traffickers. A federal prosecutor is examining 14 cases linked to a police informant who says that he saw women’s bodies that had been “hollowed out” and their organs removed. The informant is also a suspect in several of the murders. The inquiry is part of a far larger mystery involving the deaths of nearly 300 women over the past decade in Juarez. The unsolved crimes have been an embarrassment to officials in the border state of Chihuahua. Several suspects have been arrested, only to be released after evidence against them proved to be flimsy. Full Story

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