Many Mexicans blame America for drug woes south of the border, alleging that Americans are using the drugs and supplying the guns for cartels.
Endemic corruption in the Mexican judicial system has paralyzed the government’s ability to tackle the problem.
For more on Mexico’s drug war, Daljit Dhaliwal speaks with Maureen Meyer, a specialist on Mexico and Central America with the Washington Office on Latin America, a non-profit group that promotes human rights and social justice.
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