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Review: Murder City: Ciudad Juarez and the Global Economy’s New Killing Fields

Murder City: Ciudad Juarez and the Global Economy’s New Killing Fields, by Charles Bowden (360 pages, Nation Books (2011) https://www.amazon.com/Murder-City-Ciudad-Economys-Killing/dp/1568586450 The media never tells the truth about what’s going on in Mexico… and if you want to know the ugly … Continue reading

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Fr. Roy Bourgeois And SOA Watch Field Organizer Nico Udu-Gama Arrested Following Protest At The U.S.- Mexico Border

The SOA is located in Fort Benning, Georgia, USA – SOA graduates across Latin America have been implicated in serious human rights abuses, from torture, disappearance, drug trafficking and murder. In 2009, SOA graduates overthrew the government in Honduras, while in Colombia, 10,000 troops have been trained to fight the “War on Drugs”. In October 2011, Time Magazine published the article “Is It Time to Shutter the Americas’ ‘Coup Academy’?” Continue reading

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Arizona, Immigration, and America’s Lost Cause: The War on Drugs

Some of the criticism I’ve heard recently, concerning Arizona’s new law confronting the state’s illegal immigration crisis, don’t carry much weight with me. For instance, it’s said that Hispanic’s living in Arizona will now be compelled, by the authorities, to “show … Continue reading

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