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Poverty and threats of violence, kidnapping and extortion force many to make multiple attempts to reach the US. There is no paved road into the town - although work on one has begun - and Debora Martina Junech Pastor, 26, says that cars and buses heading here are frequently robbed.
Desperate financial circumstances have seen some turn to kidnapping and extortion. Written demands and threats arrived at the family's door, said her sister-in-law, who asked us not to reveal her name for fear of retaliation. More than people were kidnapped in Guatemala in , but the country's public ministry reported that the number of kidnappings had decreased by 65 percent in Some speculate that this decline simply reflects the fact that extortion requires less organisation than a kidnapping.
We all know each other. But, by the same token, because we all know each other, some people monitor you because the people who extorted us are from the same town," Debora said. Although one person was arrested, Debora says he was held for less than 24 hours. Yet according to her sister-in-law, even while that one person was briefly in jail, others continued to hound the family. Fear and poverty Debora feeds her two-month-old daughter as we speak in her mother's kitchen.
She had migrated to the US, but returned to Guatemala in , with the son she had given birth to there, after immigration raids in Pottsville, Iowa saw her mother and older brother deported. Her son's father remained in the US for a short while before following them back. When her son was threatened with kidnapping, Debora turned to Conamigua, the Guatemalan government entity focused on supporting migrants.
Because the boy is a US citizen, he was immediately repatriated before anything could happen to him. The nine-year-old now lives with relatives in the US. But threats against the children in her extended family, along with the kidnapping and beating of her sister-in-law's father, worry Debora. Benicio has made two previous unsuccessful attempts to reach the US. His debt is the money he owes the people smugglers who accompanied him. Now he has a job in Guatemala City, which gives him a steady, if minimal, salary.