In 2009 nine men were convicted for raping more than 100 women and girls in a Mennonite community in Manitoba Colony, Bolivia. The men used a powerful sedative adapted from cow tranquilizers to drug entire households before carrying out the attacks. Initially, the colony did not believe the victims, who would have no recollection of the night before as they woke up in bloody sheets. Despite these convictions, however, the attacks continue.
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