Ex-US diplomat pleads guilty to raping, drugging 23 women in Mexico

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Hundreds of videos and images of unconscious and naked women were found in the possession of a former US diplomat who confessed that for more than 14 years he drugged and sexually assaulted his victims in Mexico City.

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