A dozen women wearing black clothes lie on the main plaza in front of Mexico’s National Palace. Around their bodies a white chalk line simulates a crime scene.    For weeks these women have been camping out to protest against Mexico’s rampant gender-violence, which takes the lives of ten women daily, just because they are women. Less than 5 percent of these femicide cases are investigated. Sixteen-year-old Alondra was one of these cases. She disappeared two months ago, and she was found severely beaten. Her mother was notified about a person matching her daughter’s description found near her neighborhood in the State of Mexico. The teenager’s body was in such a state of disfigurement due to the beating she received, that her mother struggled to recognize Alondra’s body.  “Her mother recognized her thanks to her nail polish because they’d gone to get their nail done together the day before,” said…