Mexican Drug War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mexico cartel map May 2010 - Mexican Drug War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Drug war fast facts. A skull of someone thought to be a victim of drug violence lies on the ground in Ciudad Juarez in early 2010. The border city of Juarez has been racked by violent drug-related crime, making it one of the most dangerous cities in Mexico's war on drugs. According to figures released on January 11 by the Mexican government, 12,903 people were killed in drug-related violence in the first nine months of 2011.

Mexico Drug War Fast Facts

Read CNN's Fast Facts about the Mexican Drug War and learn more about how the Mexican government has been fighting against drug traffickers since December

Great book on the Mexican drug war by Ioan Grillo, a British journalist who reported on it from the inside for over ten years.

'El Narco': The Trade Driving Mexico's Drug War

Mexican Drug War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Worst Characteristic of Mexico: I think the worst characteristic of mexico is the crime because crime in mexico is a major concern in the country and it reflects bad on the image of the country and its people

Mexican Drug War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Drug War Activists Speak Out Against 'Failed' Policies (PHOTOS)    The Huffington Post  |  By Carolina Moreno (9/4/12)    In December 2006, Mexico’s newly elected President Felipe Calderón declared war against Mexican drug cartels...sending over 4,000 troops to eradicate narcotraffickers and the cartel violence that had taken hold of his home state of Michoacán.    Almost six years later, the wave of violence in Mexico...continues to spread, with...21,500 homicides in the first half of…

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Drug War Activists Speak Out Against 'Failed' Policies (PHOTOS) The Huffington Post | By Carolina Moreno (9/4/12) In December 2006, Mexico’s newly elected President Felipe Calderón declared war against Mexican drug cartels...sending over 4,000 troops to eradicate narcotraffickers and the cartel violence that had taken hold of his home state of Michoacán. Almost six years later, the wave of violence in Mexico...continues to spread, with...21,500 homicides in the first half of…

David Rochkind Documents The War Against The Mexican Drug Cartels

David Rochkind Documents The War Against The Mexican Drug Cartels

David Rochkind documents the day-to-day violence and corruption due to the war against the Mexican drug cartels

Recommended Reading - Dying for the Truth: Undercover Inside the Mexican Drug War by the Fugitive Reporters of Blog del Narco - http://holesinthefoam.us/2013/10/recommended-reading-dying-truth-undercover-inside-mexican-drug-war-fugitive-reporters-blog-del-narco/

Recommended Reading - Dying for the Truth: Undercover Inside the Mexican Drug War by the Fugitive Reporters of Blog del Narco - http://holesinthefoam.us/2013/10/recommended-reading-dying-truth-undercover-inside-mexican-drug-war-fugitive-reporters-blog-del-narco/

Here's How America's Love Of Methamphetamine Helped Create The Hellish Mexican Drug War

Here's How America's Love Of Methamphetamine Helped Create The Hellish Mexican Drug War

Mexican Drug War, Breaking Bad, Mexicans

Despite decades fighting the drug wars, millions of Americans use cannabis just as others use alcohol. When listening to arguments opposing its legalization, substitute ‘alcohol’ for ‘marijuana’ and you’ll hear the same words that were exchanged almost 100 years ago.    Now that the Fast and Furious controversy has once again opened the discussion on Mexican violence, perhaps it’s time we discuss one of the greatest failures in American public policy. What are your thoughts on the War on…

Transparency: Who's Who in the Mexican Drug Wars Sinaloa, La Familia, and other Mexican Drug Cartels

Narco History : How the United States and Mexico Jointly Created the Mexican Drug War (Reprint)

Narco History : How the United States and Mexico Jointly Created the Mexican Drug War (Reprint)

HSBC Settlement Proves Drug War is a Joke. Despite that HSBC admitted to laundering billions of dollars for Colombian and Mexican drug cartels and violating numerous banking laws, US Justice Department elected NOT to pursue criminal prosecutions of bank, opting instead for a fine of $1.9 billion, which is about Five Weeks Of Income For Bank.   http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/outrageous-hsbc-settlement-proves-the-drug-war-is-a-joke-20121213

Outrageous HSBC Settlement Proves the Drug War is a Joke - Further proof that the banks are a vast criminal empire that is so far above the law that they can pretty much do what they want and get away with it.

Picture This: Louie Palu captures horrors of the Mexican drug war | Take Two | 89.3 KPCC

Picture This: Louie Palu captures horrors of the Mexican drug war

Protesters to Harvard: Just Say No to Mexican Drug War President

Harvard man Felipe Calderón is headed back to his alma mater, much to the chagrin of his detractors.

Artist Pedro Reyes Creates Beautiful Instruments from 6,700 Mexican Drug War Guns

Artist Pedro Reyes Creates Beautiful Instruments from 6,700 Mexican Drug War Guns

Artist Fabricates 50 Functional Instruments from Destroyed Drug War Weapons recycling music instruments guns

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