Thursday, April 30, 2015

Drug violence in Juarez and its history

Posted on Borderland Beat by Otis B Fly-Wheel, from youtube




Jose Reyes Ferriz ex Mayor of Juarez discusses the history of drug violence in Juarez from the 1950,s to 2010.

Video shot at Texas University in English.

Otis: this was originally reported by Buggs in 2010 see link, but I considered it well worth a repost, for newcomers and seasoned veterans of the narco war in Mexico, the history of Juarez is fascinating as told by Mayor Ferriz.

8 comments:

  1. Ya se calmo la ciudad viva juaritoz

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    1. Puro juarez i arriva los jefes de sinaloa carrillo fuentes

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  2. Thank you for reposting this. I am looking forward to watching it after work

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  3. N yet still no hope, is this guy still mayor? He is probably relieved that he got out alive from office

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  4. Viva Chihuahua and Pablo Acosta Villarreal Juarez Cartel Founder!!!!! Those sinaloa culos and feds and thousands of soldiers coud'nt take Juarez or Chiwas.

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    1. The other posted story bears out what your saying is true?Authorities trying to find people and helping to pacify towns to allow convoys in?
      Who is the owner ?

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  5. I can't believe..he lived to tell the tale!! How many mayors have we read about, on BB..that have been killed, kidnapped or both. Very interesting. Thanks BB!

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  6. Thank you very much for that Otis.What a riveting interview with the Major of Juarez.I watched it in 3 sessions.Very interesting.

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