DiscoverCrime Junkie33: CONSPIRACY: The Women of Juarez
33: CONSPIRACY: The Women of Juarez

33: CONSPIRACY: The Women of Juarez

Update: 2018-06-2549
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Since 1993, women in Juarez, Mexico have been dying violent deaths. Is this the work of one killer or multiple and why did the State Police work so hard to convince the public that it was the work of a man who was incarcerated, while many of the murders were still being committed?

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Kortnee Howitt

my grandpa was framed for a drug charge in Sonora, MX and spent like 4 years in the prison in Nogales, MX trying to prove he was innocent. Interestly enough- his lawyers office and all his files were burned too. Must be a typical Mexico M.O. It was AWFUL for my family.

Jul 13th
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Monica Gomez

This was huge in the latino community. Absolutely horrible management of the cases.

Apr 7th
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Katie Westfall

note to self, never go to juarez

Feb 5th
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Shelby Tinney

I actually learned of this issue while searching through A database of Hillary Clinton's released emails. There is a lot of information there.

Jan 8th
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Shelli Miller

Shelby Tinney How is this related to Hilary's emails? It's seemingly not connected? Was her involvement with offering help to drive the murders or was it just her knowledge of them? I'm just curious.

Jul 7th
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Jordan Norton

the ominous music is a little heavy handed in this episode....too xfiles

Dec 14th
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Monica

Super sad 😔 episode

Jul 16th
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33: CONSPIRACY: The Women of Juarez

33: CONSPIRACY: The Women of Juarez

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