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First, a classmate became pregnant by a gang member.Then, the cousin of another classmate disappeared."All of the gang members victimize women. Ha, seriously though, I have so many things that I want to share with you.
I’m going to explain more about them in another post that I have begun writing.The gangsters suspected that one of the girls betrayed them, talking to a rival gang. A 16-year-old girl approached a gang member out of curiosity. After, he turned her over to his clique as a prize.After they raped her, they cut her in pieces."April 21, 2014 in Ahuachapan, I worked on the body of a young woman who was about 18 years old, killed 43 months before.Most of the violence is the handiwork of the Mara Salvatrucha and 18th Street gangs, which were formed by immigrants in the United States, then returned home and grew into warring forces of tens of thousands of gangsters. Worldwide, women generally report only 20 percent of rapes, according to the World Health Organization, and that percentage is likely lower in El Salvador. Criminologist Israel Ticas, who digs up clandestine graves for the Attorney General's Office, says more than half of the 90 sites he has excavated in the last 12 years contained the remains of murdered women and girls.The official numbers show just 239 women and girls among the murdered so far this year, about a tenth of the number of men, with 201 others reported missing. "For sure there are hundreds of these cases and maybe thousands out there," Ticas said."7 June 2013 in Santa Tecla, the girlfriend of a gang member recruited two friends to go to a party. The third was held for 24 hours while they asked for ransom, but when they couldn't get the money they killed her, too. They were 12, 13 and 14 years old.""27 October 2011, Colonia Montes, San Salvador.
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I have mentioned on here before that I’m also a big fan of Central America (and Spanish! I actually grew up in a high school where the majority of students spoke Spanish, spent some extended time living and studying in Costa Rica, took a handful of volunteer trips to Mexico and Guatemala, and basically was planning for a career working with non-profs and Spanish-speakers either here in the States or abroad.