Mexinada is mainly about the murder case of Renée Wathelet, mother of 3, Canadian Citizen and blogger, killed in sheer savagery on Sept. 17, 2009, on Isla Mujeres, Mexico. Her assassin, José Arturo Palacios Garza, also killed his own mother 47 days before, in Houston, Texas.

Mexinada brings into light some lesser know aspects of Mexico, more precisely the true risks tourist expose them self went spending their hard earned money there. Throughout, the minimalistic support from Foreign Affairs toward its citizen victims of crime abroad is also demonstrated.

The case is still pending, the family and friends needs your support.

We would like to thanks everyone who already gave their time and their ressources.

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