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Mexican Drug Traffickers Kill for u.s. Drug Demand

Mexican Drug Traffickers Kill for u.s. Drug Demand

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The pervasiveness of the violence and death at the border
The pervasiveness of the violence and death at the border

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Published by: Jerry E. Brewer, Sr. on Nov 02, 2010
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 Drug trafficking, narcoterrorism, kidnapping, torture, and murder throughout Mexicoequals in majority part, to the U.S. demand for drugs. Why now are the victim
s of this violence reaching the multi-thousands of deaths and those that have simplydisappeared?Why has Mexico been referred to as
a “failed
by many? Quite simply, it is aculmination of frustration in the helplessness of the Mexican people witnessed byPresident Felipe Calderon and his administration as they have performed the deadlybody counts almost daily that have included politicians, media persons, police, policesuperiors, military, and women and children.The sophistication of these enemies of the state, as well as their paramilitary-style of superior armament, would frighten any peace loving nation. Calderon chose tovaliantly draw a line in the sand and mount an all-out military and federal campaign of assault against the narcotraffickers, forcing the enemy to think twice about confrontingenforcement officials head-on with their ambush tactics.The narcotraffickers fight back with the message that no one will stop their greed forthe U.S. Dollar and their perceived right to supply a U.S. voracious drug demand.The State of California in turn, looks to an election ballot proposition for druglegalization. President Felipe Calderon, as well as the newly elected President JuanMiguel Santos of Colombia; whose country has battled quite successfully for yearswithin their own jurisdictional territories; stand in disbelief at the incredulity andduplicitous nature of such a government initiative.Drug traffickers wish to kill anyone who stands in their way, including their owngovernment officials, to supply a drug for profit from some in a nation who desire tohave it legalized for their pleasure. Is this clear to all that can
t seem to grasp what thekilling is all about? If contraband is desired and people die in masses on the supplyend; should we just say that
we want it- legalize it?
Should the rule of law bend for
Washington, D.C. 703.268.4453 

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