My impression from the first was that it had to have involved drugs. My most charitable thought was that it could have been a case of mistaken identity but I didn’t believe that much and even murderous thugs don’t normally kill a stranger out of hand in a location where that stranger was not dangerous to them by being a witness to something going on. And could she have killed him? It was a seemingly perfect venue for that. There had already been incidents on the lake. I wonder if they even thought to check her hands for powder residue. Then again hiring someone to do such a deed from south of the border is probably not difficult.
Reassess the present soci-economic factors at play between these 2 cultures. Mexican culture is not the same as United States American culture.
Mexicans do not believe in unalienable rights, as do most US Americans.
The employment rate and expendable income of laborer Mexicans near the border is not the same as US Americans. Different by an order of magnitude with an unemployment rate greater than a factor of 2-5.
Religious values are discernibly different. Their heritage at best comes from a Catholic perception that the Church is God’s appointed controller of all worldly power systems,...which is why liberation theology was popular in Central America and when grafted with pagan sects tends to also worship the dead and even some forms of satanism.
Spiritually, there are different powers controlling these peoples and nations.
We are not the same people with Mexico.