The young woman behind the desk at the police station in Playa del Carmen toggled between her cellphone and computer, Snapchatting with friends and scrolling through Facebook, as she asked the young man from Boston whether he had ever enjoyed sex.How that was relevant, he didn’t know. He was at the police department in the small Mexican city south of Cancun to report that he had just been drugged and raped while receiving a massage at a world-renowned resort and spa.The young man was told that the woman — Claudia, as he recalls — was a psychologist. They sat in a windowless room and after a while she handed him some paper and told him to draw some pictures. No stick figures. As detailed as possible. A tree. A man. A woman. A person trapped in the rain without an umbrella.Now draw your family, she said. The 29-year-old man broke down. All he wanted to do was to get home, see his family. The senseless questions and exercises were too much.But he had to stay — had to endure a four-hour psychological test, a humiliating physical exam and then miss his flight home — if he had any hope of getting justice… Read full this story
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