Sunday, January 17, 2016

“When 33-year-old Gisela Mota called for police reform and...



"When 33-year-old Gisela Mota called for police reform and an end to corruption, she may have made herself a target. Just hours after the 33-year-old was sworn in as the first female mayor of #Temixco, a team of hired killers descended on her home in a sleepy spa town an hour from Mexico City and shot her several times in front of her terrified family. In this weekend's #nytopinion section, Ioan Grillo explains that drug traffickers in Mexico are flipping a century-old deal. "Instead of handing out bribes, they are making the mayors pay them," Ioan writes. @adrianazehbrauskas photographed children crossing the street in Temixco, Mexico, just a few meters down the street from where Gisela lived with her family and was brutally murdered. #nytweekender" By nytimes on Instagram.



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