RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Early each morning, Pamelita Dann arrives at her farm in eastern Jamaica hoping thieves have not stolen any of her crops. She carefully checks the onions, watermelon and papayas - more often than not, something has been snatched overnight.
Over the 14 years Dann has been cultivating her 2-acre (0.8-hectare) plot in Poor Man’s Corner, a rural community an hour east of the capital, Kingston, the 60-year-old farmer has had about US$3,500 (R$19,500) worth of crops, fertilizer and tools stolen.
“It happens every other day. As long . . .