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“She moved back her cart and immediately started saying that people bother her on every aisle, and started saying more hateful things to me,” Hicks recounted and then took out her phone and began to record the encounter.

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It can get a bit repetitive as the author tries to fully explain how Mexico's history has caused their culture to react certain ways and to see things as they do.Heidi Sorrem and her husband, Corey, talk about their trip from their Greenfield, Wis., home to a Mexico resort in Sept. After a couple of shots they both blacked out and Heidi ended up in a hospital. The man is back home, struggling through the emotional aftermath.The young woman behind the desk at the police station in Playa del Carmen toggled between her cellphone and computer, Snapcatting with friends and scrolling through Facebook, as she asked the young man from Boston whether he had ever enjoyed sex. He was at the police department in the small Mexican city south of Cancun to report that he had just been drugged and raped while receiving a massage at a world-renowned resort and spa. The despair and frustration he’s facing are familiar to dozens of vacationers who have been victimized at upscale, all-inclusive Mexican resorts.Eva Hicks, a mother of three, said she politely asked the woman to step to one side as she reached for medicine.It was then the woman became aggressive, Hicks told CNN.Below is our official statement: KKVDrj E6 — Walmart Newsroom (@Walmart Newsroom) May 23, 2017 The woman, who has not been identified, told Hicks to “go back to Mexico” and accused her of being rude.

Another woman off-camera intervenes and tells the woman to stop being “ignorant.” The woman on camera responds, “a n***er’s calling me ignorant?

But he had to stay — had to endure a four-hour psychological test, a humiliating physical exam and then miss his flight home — if he had any hope of getting justice and stopping the perpetrator from harming anyone else. Three months later, there’s no sign of justice; no indication Mexican police pursued the case.

Raquel Rutledge gives us an update on her investigation on tainted alcohol at Mexican resorts and the news that Senator Ron Johnson has called for an investigation into the death of a Pewaukee woman.

Until recently that meant drugs, and the slippery trick of allowing the mind to believe it was someplace else, but that has changed.

There are still drugs in prison, but now there's a better escape that for the enterprising and charming convict may even generate a source of monetary return: smart phones.

These are interesting and functional for understanding and getting along in Mexico.