Ok forreal this time you guys, I have no idea what CBS was doing last time anyhoo.. this episode looks pretty good
In this two-hour edition of Dateline, Josh Mankiewicz reports on the mystery behind the 'West Mesa Murders' -- a story that made national headlines after the remains of 11 female bodies were found in a desert graveyard outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico in 2009. Told through the eyes of the city's missing persons detective, Ida Lopez, the mystery still remains unsolved.
A journalist investigates a series of murders near American-owned factories on the border of Juarez and El Paso.
Made as a sort of political commentary for free trade agreements - NAFTA (North American Free Trade) - that was a mistake, someone got really sidetracked! This is a movie very worth seeing, and a story that is screeching for a gesture of humanity. It stands on its own without any need for appeal to populist causes.
This a story and wants to be a film, a dramatized documentary about sordid evil human exploitation. What has been happening in Juarez, Mexico for the past decade may have been helped by some political and commercial developments, but the origin and the result is pure deathly evil.
Pay attention. The first nearly 50% of 200 votes about this film on IMDb were "1". Eh ... one? Think here for a moment . . . the story was and continues to be viciously true, the depiction is very accurate. Over 4000 (!) women in this US/Mexican border town have gone missing, and over 400 have been found dead !! In just a few years.
This has been going on for a decade and has been repeatedly reported throughout the world's press. Dedicated reporters and honest police in this town have been killed in numbers scraping to reveal the truth, and still the vacuum of female death continues.
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The part of Haiti they will never let you see...
Is not the same as the JLO movie , that was about Ciudad Juarez which is close to El Paso , Texas. I believe in Ciudad Juarez over 400 women were victim of sexual homicide and there are over 400 missing women.
I'm glad it doesn't come on til tomorrow. I want to watch it and there's too much good tv on Thursdays. I'm always stuck picking between the comedies on NBC and the dramas on ABC. I haven't advanced to the DVR age either so I gotta make the tough choices!