She seems like a prime candidate for a kidnapping. Her husband is a near billionaire and doesn't accompany her when she leaves the resort area, she has the mental capacity of a burrito and could probably be enticed into a car by showing her a stack of play money. How many marbles would Howard pay to get his aging trophy whore back? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/03/mexico-kidnappings_n_4036902.html Mexico saw 105,628 kidnappings last year, according to a survey by the National Institute of Statistics and Geography, a government agency. The statistics didnâ€™t show much faith in law enforcement to address the problem -- only 1,317 cases were reported to police. Perhaps even more disturbing, the government may be part of the problem. BBC Mundo reported the case of businessman Eduardo GarcÃa Valseca, who was confined to a wooden box by his kidnappers, who watched over him with cameras and motion sensors. GarcÃa Velseca said his captors shot him in the arm and injected him with contaminated, coagulated blood, resulting in an infection. When his kidnappers released him after seven months, GarcÃa Valseca went to the authorities. â€œThey never did anything,â€ GarcÃa Valseca told the BBC. â€œTo the contrary, they threatened me so that I wouldnâ€™t talk to the press.â€ Kidnapping for ransom has become a common problem in recent years, in a country plagued by rampant organized crime financed by trafficking drugs to American consumers. Drug gangs have also been known to target migrants headed over the U.S.-Mexico border for kidnapping.