Violence and fear escalates in Mexico as the drug cartels tighten their grip

Monday, September 22, 2008

Drug-related violence in Mexico has killed more that 3,000 people this year, and a new BBC survey says nearly half of the country is cowering in fear from warring drug cartels.
Guest: Emilio San Pedro, Americas Editor, BBC World Service

Comments [1]

Ann Ellison

I heard just a bit of this conversation in my rush this morning. Just a thought... Millions of people in the United States use drugs. Very many of them are not addicted but are users who think it's fun! To those of you who are addicted and to those of you who are you ever think of how you are directly responsible for the mayhem in Mexico, and that your money is filling the coffers of extremist factions all over the world. Does your conscience not bother you? It doesn't? Why ever not?
Pay attention.

Sep. 22 2008 04:12 PM

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