Justice in the Rough
As a border town becomes a murder capital, Mexico pushes for dramatic rule-of-law changesJuly 2009 Issue
By Allen Pusey
In the early morning hours of May 17, 2008, Willy Moya had just closed the V-Bar, one of several popular nightspots he owned in the Pronaf section of Ciudad Juarez, when a couple of friends wandered in and told him they were hungry. Moya decided he could use a bite, so he offered to send one of his bodyguards out for pizza.