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Ingrid Escamilla: Hundreds protest against woman's brutal murder

WorldNews Saturday, 15 February 2020
Ingrid Escamilla: Hundreds protest against woman's brutal murderHundreds of people gathered in Mexico City on Friday to protest against the murder of a young woman. Ingrid Escamilla, 25, was stabbed to death allegedly by a man she lived with, who then mutilated her body in an attempt to hide the evidence. Forensic workers leaked images of her...
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News video: Women in Mexico protest against the grisly murder of Ingrid Escamilla

Women in Mexico protest against the grisly murder of Ingrid Escamilla 00:50

The murder of Escamilla, whose body was mutilated and part of it flushed into the sewer, has horrified Mexicans.View on euronews

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