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Mexican Psychologist Accused Of Killing and Dismembering Husband and Then Faking Mental Illiness

Mexico is fixated on an extraordinary murder case involving psychologist María Alejandra Lafuente Caso, 40. Lafuente Caso is accused of drugging, murdering, and chopping up the body of her husband Allan Carrera Cuellar, 41. 170 more words

Society

Paladin Justice reblogged this on saboteur365 and commented:

[caption id="attachment_17381" align="alignnone" width="584"]Mexicans.  Lack of self control.  It's becoming a theme here.  María Alejandra Lafuente Caso allegedly dismembered her husband after killing him. Mexicans. Lack of self control. It's becoming a theme here. María Alejandra Lafuente Caso allegedly dismembered her husband after killing him.[/caption] Famed law professor Jonathan Turley is highly attuned to cultural issues. Here we have boobs, beauty, and a beheading in this reblog from his site. Oh, those lovely Mexicans! Ain't they grand! PS Most of the comments on Professor Turley's site, normally rather intellectual, focus on whether the boobs are real. I call fake.

@westbrookbeer 2014 Barrel Aged Mexican Cake Set: IT'S A MEXICAN STANDOFF.

Last year people lost their fucking minds when these barrel aged releases dropped.  The inevitable comparisons to BA Huna flew left and right, people did predictable shit like asking for CCK and Blauw, and the bottle counts were in the hilariously low Floridian range, 200-300 each variant. 807 more words

Mexico’s Guerrero State Is “Violent And Dysfunctional”—And Amnesty Will Bring More Of It Here

 – By Allan Wall -

The missing students

The big news in Mexico for the past few months: the ongoing turmoil resulting from the Iguala Atrocity… 1,387 more words

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**It Should Be Obvious - You would not be seeking to leave your home country unless you believe you have more opportunity somewhere else. But this includes criminals, cheaters and undesirables who nobody else will take as well.

The Slaughterhouse Rules: Why American Capitalism Loves Illegal Immigration

In Chapter 4 of The Jungle — Upton Sinclair’s searing 1906 exposé of the American meatpacking industry — Lithuanian immigrant Jurgis Rudkus arrives at the steaming blood chambers of Chicago’s slaughterhouses and follows his boss to the “killing beds.” He’s given a large broom to “follow down the line the man who drew out the smoking entrails from the carcass of the steer” and sweep the innards into a trap “so that no one might slip into it.” As the screams of animals whose hides were being peeled from their still-living bodies echoes off of the gut-splattered walls, Rudkus wades through pools of coagulating blood and tries to avoid losing a limb to the same gnashing blades that turned cattle into steak.  1,864 more words

Let's analyze some racist Internet statements just for fun!

I’m going to present you with some racist remarks I found on the Internet and break them down analytically.  Some of these are pretty offensive but I’m looking at them neutrally to fully unravel the meaning behind them. 383 more words

Los Trabajadores/The Workers

Bibliographic information: PBS: Los Trabajadores/The Workers: http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/theworkers/film.html

Brief description: This video focuses on two men who are day laborers in Austin, Texas. Their stories highlight the dependency of the region on workers who are discriminated against. 381 more words

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