A reporter flees the biggest cartel of all—the Mexican Army. A vivid report on a journalist’s flight from the Mexican military to the United States. This is the same Mexican military which the Obama Administration and the Democratic Congress are funding even more than Bush did!
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From this excellent piece by Todd Miller published by NACLA: “Washington is funding both sides of the drug war. U.S. military aid to this corrupt system has flowed rapidly under the Obama administration.” Here’s the synopsis: The July 5 mid-term election in Mexico will continue narcotraffickers’ creeping reach into all sectors of the country’s political […]
Laura Carlsen | March 9, 2009 Americas Program, Center for International Policy (CIP) americas.irc-online.org Through late February and early March, a blitzkrieg of declarations from U.S. government and military officials and pundits hit the media, claiming that Mexico was alternately at risk of being a failed state, on the verge of civil war, losing control […]
Recommendations in Report by Mexican National Human Rights Commission (CNDH) on State and Federal Investigations into Brad Will's murder
Ed. this is a strong statement, well-worth the read for briefings to U.S. govt. reps. RJ http://www.cndh.org.mx/recomen/2008/050.html Recommendation 050/2008 National Human Rights Commission issued on September 26, 2008 Translated by Scott Campbell [Spanish original] Summary: On October 27, 2006, Mr. Bradley Roland Will, video journalist for the business Indymedia, was deprived of life, and due […]
I Really Like the Cops, by Brad Will
Bradley Roland Will 1970-2006 Murdered by police in Mexico.
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