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September 01, 2014
Ana Cuellar holds a photograph of her daughter Jessica Ivonne Padilla Cuellar, as Ana's grandson looks...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
Ana Cuellar holds a photograph of her daughter Jessica while standing in Jessica's room in Ciudad Juarez...
Ana Cuellar holds a photograph of her daughter Jessica Ivonne Padilla Cuellar, as Ana's grandson looks on, while standing in Jessica's room in Ciudad Juarez June 28, 2014. Jessica was 16-years-old when she disappeared in July 2011 while looking for a job to pay her school tuition. A young man later approached Ana, claiming that Jessica had been arrested in New Mexico and that she had spent nearly three months in detention. When her mother asked the State's Attorney General Office to contact U.S. authorities, she was informed that her daughter had never been detained. Ana hopes that Jessica returns some day and keeps all of Jessica's belongings untouched in her room. Mexico's drug war has claimed many lives over the past several years and most of the corpses are never identified, or worse still, misidentified in a morbid comedy of errors by the country's overwhelmed forensic teams. Picture taken June 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
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