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The plan was for Heidi Sorrem to take a shower first.That way she could dry her long, blonde hair and get ready while her husband, Corey, showered.Travelers who went to a hospital — some gravely sick — were often met with demands for cash before being provided care.Rick Autrey, a barber from Dallas, was pulled from a resort pool in May, pulseless and blue.Heidi Sorrem and her husband, Corey, talk about their trip from their Greenfield, Wis., home to a Mexico resort in Sept. After a couple of shots they both blacked out and Heidi ended up in a hospital. The man is back home, struggling through the emotional aftermath.
All he wanted to do was to get home, see his family.
The shot had tasted terrible, but the bartender had spent time trying to layer the colors — green, white and red.
They chatted with an older couple visiting from Texas. Everyone was eager for a Michael Jackson impersonator scheduled for later in the evening.
* * * Heidi Sorrem and her husband Corey Sorrem, stand outside their Greenfield home.
They took a trip to the Valentin Imperial Riviera Maya resort in September 2016 to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary in Mexico.The young man was told that the woman — Claudia, as he recalls — was a psychologist. Following blackouts, robberies, assaults, even the death of a loved one, they have experienced indifferent — if not hostile — treatment from resort staffers, local police, and doctors, a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel investigation has found. Department of State does little or nothing to help them.“The laws in Mexico make it very, very difficult to hold anyone accountable,” said Nancy Winkler, a Philadelphia attorney who represented a family whose 22-year-old son drowned in a Mexican resort pool in 2007.