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Nov 11, 2011

Mexico's War on Drugs turns families into investigators

In this moving four minute mini doco, Human Rights Watch investigators talk to families in Mexico who, without support from police or authorities, become their own investigators in orde

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In this moving four minute mini doco, Human Rights Watch investigators talk to families in Mexico who, without support from police or authorities, become their own investigators in order to gather information about lost loved ones killed in the War on Drugs.

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2 thoughts on “Mexico’s War on Drugs turns families into investigators

  1. Gavin R. Putland

    If foreign drug producers and domestic distributors are to be put out of business, domestic law enforcement must be concentrated on RETAIL SALES. But present legislation backing the “war on drugs” criminalizes mere possession. Worse, it purports to reverse the onus of proof in drug-possession trials. That reversal is incompatible with the rule of law and is therefore unconstitutional in ALL jurisdictions. More: http://is.gd/wod3rded.

  2. Mark from Melbourne

    Link comes up with “this video is private”…

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