Perhaps the most mysterious of the captives is 29-year-old journalist and activist Irma Krat.
Irma Lidia Medina, mother of Chenga and Gonzalo, accused of being the head of everything, owned the bordellos.
Irma's excited voice floated down from up among the boulders.
He accompanied them, forgetting Irma Becot against the 'line.'
Marion listened attentively, occasionally making some comment that showed he was really interested in what Irma said.
Since he and Irma had resided in the avenue, they met, it was said, on their old footing.
Yet Irma, though frightened, was determined not to surrender either.
At this, Irma, but eight years old and tender-hearted, began to cry.
As Irma turned away, her interest in the steerage increased rather than lessened.
Irma lifted a serious face to be kissed, and said cautiously, "I'll do my best."