David Krug’s series Boleta de Libertad continues with two new posts.
First is The Media Frenzy and Napoleonic Law:
Basically we were sentenced to death in a Mexican Prison even before we were proven guilty. Even though in Mexico guilt comes with the charge. It’€™s guilty before proven innocent.
Tell me you wouldn’€™t condone, and accept the death of people charged, and proven guilty of child prostitution?
And following with The Zona Rio Police Station:
I manage to slip my hand cuffs off but keep them nearby so as not to draw any attention. I have pretty small wrists and a history of flexible thumbs. I considered at one point at going through the open door and jumping in a cab and heading to the border but they had my ID.
You can read the entire series at Boleta de Libertad.
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