Amado Carrillo Fuentes, aka "The Lord of the Skies," was considered one of Latin America's biggest drug traffickers until he died during plastic surgery in Mexico City in 1997. She lived in Tijuana, then in San Diego, but was deported back to Mexico. Like so many of the women working in the brothels, she does not receive medical care and instead self-medicates.One girl, in the first photograph I took, her face looks healthy. In addition to being a sex worker, she also steals money from some of the inebriated clients in the area. Another woman, her uncle owned the brothel where she works.The majority come from different parts of Mexico, trying to migrate to the United States. Another one, her mom is a sex worker, and she put her to work I think at the age of 13 or 15.The woman is said to have boarded her first victim’s bus on Wednesday, taken out a pistol and shot him twice in the head.
The city was once known as the world's murder capital, but the homicide rate has dropped dramatically in recent years.
”Over the weekend, local news outlets were sent an e-mail claiming to be from a factory worker who had suffered sexual violence at the hands of bus drivers in the past.
The message was signed, “Diana, Huntress of Bus Drivers”.
Analysts believe violence has fallen in the city because the Sinaloa cartel won the war, though officials credit police action and a crime prevention program.
The Juarez cartel was founded by Carrillo Fuentes' brother.