Mexican Cult May Have Forced Women Into Prostitution

But with hundreds of sex trafficking rings operating around the Mexico, the chances that Georgina is one of the victims of the "Defenders of Christ" are slim. Georgina disappeared shortly after she began working for a company that was planning to open a casino near Atizapan. The casino, which never opened its doors to the public, had hired several young women to work as bartenders and hostesses.

"This is like a cancer that keeps growing inside you, and the only medicine is to find my daughter," Mora said of her current situation. She even abandoned her job as a talent recruiter more than a year ago so that she can devote her time exclusively to her daughter's search. With a group of twenty women from the state of Mexico, whose daughters have also gone missing, Mora has managed to convince local prosecutors to offer a $23,000 reward for information that leads to Georgina┬┤s whereabouts.

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