Mexican Journalist interviewed who had been tortured for investigating human trafficking

Posted on September 12, 2012 • Filed under: Crime, Human Rights Latin America, Human Smuggling

For a month and a week that Mexican journalist Lydia Cacho had to leave his home in Cancun that it keeps close to the sea, which is energy-place death threats. “If still investigating, we sent his family to pieces,” he said.

It was the first time I received them. With the publication of his first book, newspaper, ‘The Demons of Eden’, not only was the focus of death threats: suffered arbitrary detention by police, who took her to confront the worst hours of his life. But this time the tone was more serious threats than ever. Lydia took a flight to Europe. This week, Colombia is surrounded by security and the decision to continue talking about the topic that is central to his work: violence against women. Read Article

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