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A news story Thursday showed that a middle-aged woman could lay on an office floor for 90 minutes before an ambulance arrived in downtown San José.Response times are certainly longer in rural areas.

In his summation Wednesday, Chacón pleaded with judges to dismiss the three charges against his client, in part because the particular law contained under the broader Human Trafficking Law had never been applied before.And then he had to help the Cruz Roja worker in getting his daughter to the ambulance.The news story revealed a troubled crucial agency beset by financial and staffing problems.In fact the Bribri children on the Panama side go to school in Costa Rica because there is no school in their village. The Bribri mainly live in small communities of single family houses scattered over farmland.They grow corn, beans, cocoa, plantain, bananas and yucca.Agency workers are often seen on television providing aid at accident scenes.But all is not as efficient as television might present.The Bribri tribe are an indigenous people of Costa Rica who mainly reside in the mountains along the Caribbean Coast in the Talamanca Area of Costa Rica.As their land is along the border of neighbouring Panama, some Bribri live there too.“I don’t think we’re talking about a criminal element. It’s just a carpenter from Key West, Florida who likes girls and likes to travel.” The second and final day of trial also included words from Public Ministry prosecutor María Quesada, testimony from Strecker himself, and the presentation of Strecker’s since-deleted You Tube videos where he discusses the San José sex tourism scene.Quesada requested that Strecker serve 15 years of prison time, offering up three counts of sex tourism – one each for a You Tube channel, Facebook page, and Cuba Dave postings on the sex tourism blog