Oh, I love my job! I love my job! It's so much better than many of the alternatives, like this one:
It just sounds like the plot of a Hollywood movie: a small Mexican town on the Texas border, terrorized by drug cartels battling for control of smuggling routes, names a 20-year-old mother, still working on her criminology degree, its police chief.
That, however, is exactly the step taken last week by the town of Práxedis Guadalupe Guerrero, close to the epicenter of Mexico’s bloody drug war, which formally put Marisol Valles in charge of its force of 13 agents, one working patrol car, three automatic rifles and a single pistol, Reuters reported.
In short, she's so dead if she actually tries to do the job. Possibly anyway on what count for the general principles of the local drug gang.