May 29, 2008

NGO in Juarez, Mexico receives threats, possibly related to the movie "Bordertown"

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NGO in Juarez, Mexico denounces threats

Marisela Ortiz Rivera, Norma Andrade, and María Luisa García Andrade, members of Nuestras Hijas de Regreso a Casa, an NGO devoted to raising awareness of the femicides in Juarez, Mexico, told Amnesty International they received threats that may be related to their support for the movie "Bordertown," a fictional account of the women's murders.

Below, we are reproducing a message in Spanish filled with profanities they received May 25, 2008, accusing them of profiting from the movie:

“Pinchis biejas kuleras con tal de aserse famosas ya dieron las nalgas con la pelicula Bordertaun. No sigan robando a las madres que meresen ayuda, largense de Juaritos si nno les gusta. Dejen en pas a los Juarenses que ya nos tienen asta la madre con sus pinchis kejas de mierda les bamos a dar asta por el culo, por pinchis chismosas y exajeradas. No se estranen ke un dia les cojan a sus hijas y se las regresen en pedasos. Las bamos a chingar dandoles donde mas les duela hijas de la mierda, prinsipalmente a la puta de Malu Garsia y la ipocrita de la Maricela. No se descuiden porke pronto tendran notisias desagradadbles.[sic]"

“Bordertown” made its debut in Juárez theaters earlier in May.

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