Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Drought Affecting Crops in Mexico

Severe drought reduces illegal marijuana and opium planting in Northern Mexico. The drought afflicting the area is described as the worst in 70 years.

3 comments:

  1. The cops should investigate the areas in the mountains of Durango, Mexico. Many people are afraid to say anything, but the Zetas control Santiago Papasquairo. They kill anyone they want to. Where is justice when it is needed, why hasn't the government from these areas asked for help?

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  2. Pichi zeta putos . Mata todas trafficantes.

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  3. It cannot go on forever. I say war on the trafficers , both sides of the border. Death sentence on both sides of the border. TAKE THEM OUT

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