The case of the 18-year-old Debanhi Escobar, who was missing for 13 days until the authorities found her body at the bottom of a motel cistern, remains a mystery 20 days after her death and a week after the discovery of the body.
The Prosecutor's Office, cornered by public opinion and media pressure, has recognized serious errors in the investigation that led to the dismissal of two prosecutors involved in the case. Television has contributed to the . . .