RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Natalia Manso finds it difficult to follow the thread of identical complaints filed by her ex-husband in Peru's labyrinthine court system, where her case exemplifies judicial harassment - another type of male violence practiced silently but systematically in this country.
This Spaniard resident in Lima since 2011 has spent the last two years between police stations, prosecutors' offices, and courts, in an exhausting battle against the 11 legal proceedings filed against her by her ex-husband, from which she has had to defend herself along with another 7 lawsuits.
"It is a systematic campaign of . . .