In the Juárez media, it is being called the Great Trial, the first in 20 years to tackle the issue of femicides—a term for the hundreds of unsolved murders and forcible disappearances of women in the city that sits just across the Rio Grande from El Paso.The news magazine Proceso reports 727 such disappearances between 20, and many more such crimes date at least as far back as the early 1990s.
They are accused of terrorizing girls between the ages of 15 and 21 born to humble families, coercing them into prostitution, and disposing of them as they pleased.
Implicit in the trial proceedings, which began in April, is the question of how organized crime could operate so brazenly for years in the busiest part of the city.
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An alleged sexual relationship between a Pebble Hills High School teacher and a student was discovered when police surprised the pair in the back seat of parked car, documents state.
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Such complaints must be filed within 180 days of the date of the alleged discrimination.The document states that police found Saucedo and the student in the back seat of Saucedo's black Dodge Charger.Police said Saucedo identified himself as a teacher with the Socorro Independent School District.The protected witness, identified by the initials LJRL, told the court that the Federal Police and Mexican Army occasionally accepted sex with the underage prostitutes in lieu of cash (some soldiers in the Army, for example, “asked to keep the girls a day or two for pleasure.”)“Sometimes it was my job to pay the city, state, and federal police,” he continued, “besides that we were always in radio contact with them and they would tell us what was going on, how ‘hot’ things were in The Valley, what the ‘doubles’ [nickname for the Artist Assassins, an enemy gang] were up to, what they were doing, because we had to stay on our toes and be ready for when things got hot.”LJRL, who for reasons of security testified in a separate room adjoining the court, said two high-ranking leaders of Los Aztecas ran the gang’s sex-trafficking operation from inside the walls of two prisons in Juárez.The gang leaders in question—Jesús Damián Pérez Ortega (alias El Patachú), and Pedro Payán Gloria (alias El Pifas)—were free to enter and exit the state prison “to cool off when things got hot.”He said “El Pifas” was also the gang’s intermediary with Mexican soldiers stationed beyond the city limits: Q.Detectives also obtained text-message conversations between the teacher and student alluding to a sexual relationship, the complaint states. 20, detectives arrested Saucedo on a charge of improper relationship between educator and student.