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Indymedia: 1000s Women Murdered For Snuff Movies

Rape, Torture, Mutilation and Murder of Thousands of Women in Guatemala and Mexico

By Charles Darnay

Article courtesy of Indymedia San Francisco.

Femicide of 6000. Snuff films logical explanation. Multi-billion $ industry. Money laundered in USA by huge network. Rape, Torture, Mutilation and Murder of Thousands of Women in Guatemala and Mexico... Charles Darnay reports.

Snuff films are films of actual murders and suicides. These may, or may not, involve explicit sex. Rape, torture and mutilation of fourteen year old girls appears to be the staple of the snuff film industry. This is not a feminist or socialist issue. Any man with human respect for women should be outraged!

Personal Opinion: The snuff “entertainment” industry is equal to the $50 billion pornography industry. US law enforcement has never submitted a snuff film as evidence. The Italian police had no difficulty apprehending a Russian selling snuff films of children. http://www.guardianunlimited.co.uk/Archive/Article/0,4273,4070446,00.html

It is not personal opinion, but fact that thousands of women in Guatemala and Mexico have been raped and murderded. The “body count” in Guatemala is now 1500. http://www.ipsnews.net/africa/interna.asp?idnews=24489. 400 bodies have now been recovered in Juarez and Chihuhua Province of Mexico. http://www.elpasotimes.com/borderdeath. I received a reliable verbal report that 4000 young women are missing in Chihuaha, and 13 bodies were discovered under a policeman’s house in Juarez. All of the victims are young and female.

This subject is depressing. Any decent human being would chose to ignore it. That is why the snuff movie industry flourishes.

“Softcore” snuff films of the murders in Juarez are being sold in Mexican stores! http://www.socialism.com/currents/murder.html

Hollywood has recognized the snuff trade. The 1979 film, Hardcore, starred George C Scott. His character paid $100 to view a snuff film in Tijuana, Mexico. 8MM, released in 1999, was another Hollywood production about Tijuana’s snuff film industry. Tesis Thesis was also released in 1999.

This writer was the intended “star” of several snuff film attempts. This writer knows that corrupt law enforcement, corporations and government will always cover-up the snuff film industry and the money laundering that results from the profits. The participants have the advantage of incredibility.

US citizens are not immune to being the victims of snuff films. This writer has had years of personal contact with people involved in the snuff film industry and its money laundering schemes. They have repeatedly attempted to make me a party to their activities. I am very familiar with the Yogurt Shop Murders. These murders occurred on December 6, 1991, in North Austin, Texas. The Yogurt Shop Murders were a snuff film.

Four exceptionally attractive teenage girls were raped, tortured, mutialted and murdered. Instead of fleeing the scene of the crime, the killers were in the store for nearly an hour. A snuff film of this event would command an exceptional price! In this writer’s opinion, millions of dollars were laundered through the insurance claims resulting from this crime. http://www.texas-justice.com

The financial community has a vested interest in covering up the snuff film industry. The money laundering method is not recognized by the finance industry, law enforcement or government!. Removing billions of dollars from circulation would create economic havoc. The money must be recirculated into the mainstream economy.

The Yogurt Shop Murders were the culmination of a five-year spree of similar blatant murders in Texas and New Mexico, ending in 1991. The Juarez Femicide began in 1993. This indicates that some of the same perpetrators may be involved. The publicity of the Yogurt Shop Murders case may have inspired the perpetrators to relocate their operations in Mexico. The Guatemala femicide began about 2000, when the Juarez murders began receiving more widespread attention. This writer expects the snuff operation will seek out new, unnoticed, areas of the world for its productions.

There will never be justice from the police or government. It appears to this writer that corrupt law enforcement controls the snuff movie trade. The cash from snuff films supports a huge network of corruption. If an honest street cop wants to “go public”, his superiors will make certain the public never knows. They know that this crime is too evil for most people to believe. Only exposure by the public will stop it.

The only logical explanation for the Juarez and Guatemala murders is very valuable snuff films. Why else would corporations, government and police cooperate to hide the truth, or to cause these murders? The press and even people and organizations which act as if they want to help, are suspect. The amount of money made in snuff movies can corrupt almost anyone. It will take a courageous, selfless minority to tell the world.

The pornagraphy industry is being used as a basis of comparison in this article. There is no comparison for the evil of the snuff film industry. Despite unlimited hours of explicit pornography available, more is produced every day. That applies to the snuff film industry as well.. Everyone involved is affected. This includes the multitudes of participants in the snuff money laundering schemes. Mainstream pornography is not supported by the leaders of our society. It appears to this writer that the leaders of our society do covertly support the snuff movie industry cover-up..

“If the shoe fits, where it.” Snuff films are the only rational explanation for the femicide in Mexico and Guatemala.

The only way to restrain the snuff film trade is through testimonies like this one. With exposure, more amateurs will attempt to enter the trade. This will create more exposure, forcing law enforcement to do its job of protecting honest citizens from being murdered!

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