Guess What Happened To A Journalist Who Tried To Expose Pedophile Sex Ring In Mexico?

(TeaParty.org) – Mexico is a violent, lawless society run by drug cartel thugs and other wealthy criminal businessmen. Is it any wonder immigrants come pouring through by the droves to get to America? It’s quite clear the federal government in Mexico is all but ineffective at enforcing laws and stopping criminal activities. The elitist thuggery seems to go unchecked for the most part, as has been the case for investigative journalist Lydia Cacho Ribeiro.

Cacho, most known for her work in exposing sexual abuse of children through sex rings and trafficking, has found herself the target of several concerted efforts to shut her down.

As reported by DC Clothesline:

On July 23, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) called for Mexican authorities to protect investigative reporter Lydia Cacho Ribeiro.

Two days prior, unidentified thugs broke into the journalist’s home, killed her two dogs, stole a laptop, audio recorder, three cameras, memory cards, and ten hard drives “containing information about sexual abuse cases the reporter was investigating,” according to the CPJ and Cacho. The attackers also damaged personal belongings including photographs. 

It’s remarkable Cacho is still alive. In 1999, she was beaten and raped in retaliation for her investigations. Despite this, she continued to report on sex rings and the trafficking and murder of Mexican girls. 

In 2005, she published Los Demonios de Edén (“The Demons of Eden”), a book exposing a child sex trafficking ring involving politicians, government officials, and businessmen. Cacho was arrested and charged with defamation following the book’s publication. 

It’s absolutely mind-blowing that she found herself arrested and thrown in jail over her attempt to expose powerful men for their abuse of children. A move that was upheld by the Supreme Court of Mexico who claimed her arrest for defamation did not violate her rights as a journalist. Government ineffectiveness seems to be a reoccurring theme in sex rings and trafficking when committed by the wealthy and powerful. You can see the same things occurring right here in America.

Most of us are familiar with the huge sex ring scandal that was just exposed following the arrest of Jeffery Epstein. CBS46 reporter Ben Swann looked into a sex ring operation that was supposedly being run out of a Washington D.C. pizzeria and despite the fact that, in the end, he folded and claimed there was no sex ring, his social media accounts and webpage all mysteriously disappeared.

Just look at the fate of Epstein himself. Does anybody actually believe he committed suicide? The biggest priorities of the elites are self-preservation and maintaining power. They will stop at nothing to accomplish these goals even if means turning on one of their own. Journalists like Lydia Cacho Ribeiro don’t stand a chance against the power and wealth of the elites.

Most people would have thrown in the towel in 1999 after being beaten and raped but not Cacho. She continued to press on. Her efforts have not been for naught. As a result of her work, powerful businessman Jean Succar Kari was arrested in 2011 and sentenced to 112 years in prison for his role in child sexual abuse. She discussed his crimes in her book, The Demons of Eden, she said:

…a businessman, Jean Succar Kuri, of luring poor, under-age girls to his home and coercing them into having sex with him and his friends. She also mentioned a businessman from Puebla, Kamel Nacif, and said he was paying for Mr. Succar Kuri’s defense. (Mr. Succar Kuri, who is awaiting trial on child pornography and child molestation charges, maintains his innocence.)

Getting sick, depraved men, like Succar Kuri, off the streets and behind bars where they belong makes all of her work and subsequent abuse meaningful. These massive pedophile rings need to be exposed for what they are the elitists behind them need to face justice. Thankfully there are journalists out there with the integrity and courage needed to take on this fight.

Featured image credit: DCClothesline.com

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