Amnesty International reports:
Sexism, corporate greed, and drug trafficking make Juárez a deadly town for Mexico's women. Hundreds are dead, but the killers remain free.
The Crime Library did a full story on the slaughter south of the border:
A decade after the start of the official roster of the dead, only one thing is certain: All females are in danger on the streets of Ciudad Juarez.
One crime expert (Candice Skrapec) believed "at least three serial killers are involved in the unsolved murders of 182 women in Juarez."
Dallas Morning News on March 1, 2004:
Inquiry Indicates Police, Drug Ties: Disturbing reports say women were tortured and slain as celebration
The El Paso Times reported about the recent unsolved murder of Viviana Reyes:
More than 400 women have been killed in Juárez and Chihuahua City since 1993, and theories on who's killing the women include gangs, drug dealers, serial and copycat killers, and a group of powerful men.
The Juárez Murders [AmnestyNow.com]
Body Count [Crime Library]
Inquiry indicates police, drug ties [from Dallas Morning News]
In Juarez murders, progress but few answers [CNN, April 9, 2004]
Couple found innocent of teen's slaying [borderlandnews.com]
Violence Against Women in Ciudad Juárez [wola.org]