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Living in the Cradle of the Drug War

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy Posted: Mar 02, 2010


Editor's Note: The drug war is at our doorstep. According to the Trans-Border Institute in San Diego, almost 10,000 people have died from deaths related to the drug war since January 2007. Within Mexico, most of the violence has been concentrated in a few states such as Sinaloa. Journalist Manuel Ortiz reported from Sinaloa on what it feels like to live in the cradle of the drug war.



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