VIDEOS: MEXICO AND HONDURAS SLIDE INTO MURDER AND MAYHEM
Despite hopes that the COVID-19 pandemic would slow down violent crime, it’s had the opposite effect in Mexico and Honduras. VICE News visited Culiacán a city of about 800,000, and the headquarters of the notorious Sinaloa Cartel. In Honduras, gang violence, poverty, and corruption are waging a bloody war against women. In the past year alone, a woman has been murdered every 36 hours, making the country one of the deadliest in the world to be female.