View single post by Hook
 Posted: Mon Feb 20th, 2017 06:19 pm
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Joined: Wed Oct 26th, 2005
Location: Mexico
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The problem with firearms is that, even if you possess one legally and use one legally to defend your property, you stand a good chance of ending up in the judicial system down here. And that's NEVER a sure thing. And that's never a cheap thing. And that's never a quick thing. What is "legal" in Mexico is always a moving target; at the whim of the authorities, rather than the letter of the law. I dont think it's worth the risk.

One thing that could work is getting one of the local newspapers in Guaymas involved. If enough victims agreed to be interviewed about how they have identified her during the commission of the crimes, yet the police let her walk, it may put pressure on the mayor and police to actually do something about this.