Mexico Prisons: Unique forms of employment for inmates

Posted on November 29, 2015 • Filed under: Crime, Mexico reported after spending almost a year in one of Mexico’s most feared maximum security prisons, Jorge Cueto-Felgueroso knows a thing or two about dealing with adversity. In 2012 he was charged with fraud, and thrust into the midst of 13,000 inmates at Puente Grande Prison, in central Mexico. Mr Cueto-Felgueroso, a lifelong entrepreneur, was faced with a stark choice – sink into depression or worse, or find the best way to survive. He chose the latter. “Even in the most adverse circumstances you can find the formula for success,” he says. Read Article

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